Tuesday, November 2, 2010

B is for....

BAGS!  B was a gimme.  We adore bags, purse, satchels, clutches, totes, ect.  Bags are wonderful gifts.  They are easy to make (if you have a good pattern) and you can never have too many.   We looked for a few different patterns that might be new to you.

*Mama Mia by Favorite Things.  Okay, technically this is a diaper bag.  BUT it is a dang cute diaper bag.  The fabric used in the picture is Nicey Jane by Heather Bailey.  It is an older line and we do have some of it left, but not that piece.  Sad day, I know. 

* Sidewalk Satchel by Anna Maria Horner.  This is on my Christmas wish list.  I am pretty sure that it is the perfect size and I am dying to know how she made the rose on the front.

*Sometime you need something a little more traditional.  In comes Classy Sophisticated by Seamstress Designs.  This would be a good starter bag.  Warning: Once you start, there is no going back.  (Sorry about the quality of this picture.  Away from the store today and this is the only picture I have.  Guess this means you will have to come in and check it out.  Oh well.)
* Petunia by Izzy and Ivy is going to bring a little razzle dazzle into life.  Love this bag because it is just plain cute and girlie.  For those days you want to standout. 

*If you are like me and just can't have enough bags, this might keep you busy for awhile.  Style Stitches by Amy Butler.  It is her newest book, full of nothing but bags.  Life doesn't get any better.
*We even have a bag kit in the store in case you need a quick gift ready to go.  (Again, the picture is not so hot.)    The kit is for these exact fabrics.  What you see is what you get!
* Just like yesterday I am going to leave you with a recipe.  I stumbled across this website last March and it quickly became on of my favorite places to go.  A Bountiful Kitchen.  Shout out to our little Bountiful!  I made these brownies and have become the hit of every party.  Check it out. 

1 comment:

  1. I love the bags, I really do. But the BROWNIES! Now that is something I'd like to whip right up tonight! yum! Thanks for sharing the link to A Bountiful Kitchen!