Tuesday, 2 September 2008

Bags of fun

Well, better late than never I say. Remember the bags I posted about a long time ago when (a) I was still with Typepad, (b) still had a working digital camera and (c) didn't have a dodgy Internet connection? No? Well, I have vaugue recollections.

But I did managed to get outside inbetween showers and photograph them. Here they are:

Remember summer? Well it may well have passed us by, but it is here in all it's full glory on this charming linen bag.

SOLD - THANKS!


This bag certainly is zingy


I just couldn't resist putting this gorgeous vintage embroidery panel together with vintage velvet


I think the floral bag with the detachable corsage is my favourite and unfortunately I only had enough fabric for one bag

SOLD - THANKS!

The penultimate bag is this sweet (couldn't resist that!) bag made using vintage liquorice allsorts fabric

And lastly a darling little bag, made using vintage fabric that I have hoarded for at least 4 years.

And because I wasn't quite as daring as I hoped, but still daring enough to try out something new, they are all up for sale here!

5 comments:

. said...

They are all so nice.

Fabric Nation said...

They are lovely! Just saw your pics on flickr so came over to have a peek and there was a bag sitting there waiting for me! I had just about given up looking for a bag to go with my red polka dot dress for my Devon wedding in a few weeks, and there it was! So I've just bought it. Good luck with your new blogger. gillian x (stimpetta)

Minty Mandy said...

Hi, i'm Minty Mandy and enjoy reading your blog. I've just started my own blog on Blogger and have no idea what i am doing. I would love to be able to list the blogs i love to read and have no idea, duh!!!!!!!!!. Any pearls of wisdom you can impart, i keep looking and i'm sure it's really straightforward but i need help.

Minty

Paper Girl Productions said...

Your bags are lovely!

Bettyjoy said...

Lovely items - I bought a load of vintage tea towels a while ago as I wanted to make something with them, but I never could decide what to do with them - your bags look great:)