"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Pink and pretty!

I know I said I loved the purple and lime bag I made the other day, but I love this new one even more! As soon as I cut out the pieces last night I felt a surge of soft femininity wash over me. Do you like it? The fabrics are from Robyn Pandolph's 'Flirt' range .


This is going to be my everyday bag for a while, I can feel it! There is even enough fabric left to make a little coin purse to match...but I'd dearly love another fat quarter to use for the 2009 diary cover which I'm yet to make. The design and colours are right where I am at the moment - soft, fresh, womanly, romantic, and PINK!

The velvet ribbon adds a distinct touch of class, too.
I'm sure I needed that. ;-)

Happy sewing!
Jenny

6 comments:

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Journey of Truth said...

My God, I'd pay you to make one for little ol me. That is gorgeous!! You are blessed to have such skill!! It turned out very very lovely. If I get that book, do you think I could manage with just a wee bit of skill on the machine? The velvet bow is just sweet.

Purpleflowerpatch said...

Yes, you could make it! Take it slowly for the first one and follow the instructions and the line drawings - if you make a mistake unpick and do over. Once you've made the first one you'll find the next so much easier and quicker. I can make one in an hour now. :-)

Maree said...

HI jenny...you asked about printing the last 2 pages for red delicious bom...you need to download Adobe 9..it's free on their site one you have that you will be able to print out the rest.sorry to have to come here but you have NO email for replies.
cheers

MYRA said...

Sorry to hear of your migraine, but glad to hear you are feeling better...
Wow! You are on a roll with all these bags! I think they are great, and good idea to make a little one for your meds and such!!!
Happy stitchings!

Fiona said...

Ooooohhhh, that's REALLY gorgeous Jen. I LOVE the fabrics you chose. Very you!!
Fiona :-)