Thursday, January 29, 2009

Nanette's Bag

I finished my bag made with pattern created by Nanette of Freda's Hive. I'm so happy with it! I've had these fabrics sitting around in a pile for a while and was so excited to finally do something with them.

Here is Side B. In didn't have any of the covered buttons that are so cute on Nanette's bags, so I used some of my velvet ribbon and I love the way it looks.
[I'm very into orange right now.]
The pockets.
We carry these patterns at the store where I work and they are a hot item. In fact, I think we're out and need more! Nanette also sells her patterns at her etsy site. I just checked and she's out at the moment, but I'm sure she'd be happy to get one to you if you request it.

6 comments:

  1. It's really cute! velvet ribbon is a good alternate and makes it your own :)

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  2. I love Nanettes bag. It looks great made out of your fabric selection.

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  3. Oh my gosh Amy it is fabulous! Love the orange and the little tie is super cute. It is wonderful. You should be very proud of yourself. I am telling you I get compliments on mine where ever I go. I've had people stop me in stores. You will too. Not that I'm bragging - but it is a fun bag. Ok I'm bragging a little, but I can get away with it with you because you know me.

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  4. Found your blog and I love it! The bag is too cute. The color choices are perfect.

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  5. Great bag...you did a terrific job!

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