I made this little bag to match two different pairs of shoes. The perfect addition to that spring or summer outfit.
Carrying options are the padded soft handles or a store-bought detachable strap.
SIlver colored metal feet help keep the bottom dirt free.
A tab closure & magnetic strap plus a zip closure center pocket are features of this up-cycled drapery lining interior.
This bag was done on my regular sewing machine – fun gift for a family member. I knew so little about construction at the time; the bugger had a short life…not sure I will try again as no two bags are alike!
The silver metal hardware was just the right accent for this open tote large enough to carry a laptop or tablet.
Roomy interior with up-cycled drapery lining, 2 zipped pockets, 1 patch pocket & attached key hook.
Up-cycled trivets were used to make this little summer bag.
Black cotton canvas interior with single zip pocket.
This was an experiment before going to leather school. I used the same fabric to make loops to attach the store-bought handles.
Tabbed closure with just a few metal stud accents.
Plain back so you see the skull designs.
Chain with leather covered handle and just the right amount of metal accents.
Bright pink interior with patch pocket.
A colleague wanted something special for his wife; this was our creation.
Front view-three of six Shih tzus; a clear tabbed closure allows you to see all their faces.
Back view-three other Shih tzus; the faux inked paw prints add whimsy.
Bone shaped handle is black bonded leather to match the leather sides and bottom.
Pink shiny vinyl interior with a open top pocket.
A gift for a family member’s birthday.
The back has a zipper-teeth trimmed patch pocket.
The front has four working zipped pockets.
A light colored vinyl interior so you can see your stuff and 2 more zipped pockets.