Thursday, 11 October 2012

New purse to replace the old one....and a few others

October is here already and I'm just starting to really get back to sewing again.  The boys are back in school now which helps.  I have been going on school field trips with them, which is fun to do.

I got a chance to finish some purses that I needed to do for a while.  Both of my sisters received their Birthday purses a little late.  Better late than never seems to apply to the purses. I also finished a purse for myself.


The Two-Hour Tulip Purse



This is the Tulip Purse I made for my Sister Jennifer. The pattern is by Janice D. Pope. A good pattern to use. I love how it turned out, the colors remind me of Fall my favorite time of year.

Vogue pattern V8680



This purse I made for my Sister Elizabeth.  I used leather and upholster fabric with this. I think I would have been happier with it, if I used the fabric on the bottom of the bag.  That way you wouldn't get the leather showing at the bottom.


Here is my purse, I had started this purse in the Spring, but couldn't sew the top trim down using my walking foot machine.
I just recently pick up a machine that I could use to sew the top of the purse. (more about my new toy on a later post.)


 I can't remember what pattern I used for this purse. I love the colors I used in this bag, nice and bright. Just enough room for my wallet, coin purse and a few other things.  It's nice to have a purse that isn't too big.


I'm busy working with Jeans right now whipping up a few new bags.  I might even think up a pattern for the one purse I'm working on. 

4 comments:

Maria said...

Beautiful bags but then I've already told you. LOLL

Carry Hers By Natalie said...

Maria, Thanks my head hasn't swelled too much yet. I like to hear comments. LOL

Tabatha said...

I agree, you bags are beautiful, my favorites are the first three with the large flowers!

Carry Hers By Natalie said...

Thanks Tabatha, My sister really likes the bag too, as she uses it everyday.

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