22 February, 2013

"Danielle" Bag

Amelie, Belle, Chantal  - now it's Danielle (thank you to my Danielle reader who suggested this name )! And definitely will be a bag name starting with "E" this year.

I made this "Danielle" for my friend Sanda.

My sister Oana did not have any complaint about her "Danielle" , so that I did not make any change to the pattern.

The fabrics are from Jenean Morrison   "In My Room" collection, I am in love with this collection ; I have other prints from this collection and can't wait to make other bags.

Safe space in a zippered pocket.


Fabric quilted on Timtex -  the 10 yard bolt of Timtex is almost over!


Sanda loves it!


More bags in the future!
Have a great weekend,
Geta

UPDATE

If you want to stitch a bag like one of these, the pattern is available here.

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I am linking to Finish it up Friday and Fabric Tuesday

16 comments:

  1. Really beautiful. My name begins with E.
    Erika

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  2. Every year, another letter.....My name begins with M, so.... no way to have such a chance during my life! :))

    A beautiful bag for a dear friend!

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  3. Lovely bag, the fabric is gorgeous

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  4. I have the pattern but have yet to make it....love it!

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  5. What a lovely purse. Great choice on the fabrics.

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  6. another great bag....love it!

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  7. Love your crocked quilting!
    Nice bag too!

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  8. Wonderful bag, I love too Jenean's fabrics.
    Love your quilted lines!

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  9. Great bag . . . love the fabric too!

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  10. This is the best Daneille ever, and the next bolt on Timtex is on me! Hugs!

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  11. Another great bag pattern Geta!

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  12. Is the bag pattern for sale? The Daniella bag that is. I like your fabric Chinese.

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  13. How can I get a copy of this bag?

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  14. I love this bag as well - is Danielle going to be a pattern for sale :-)
    And thank you for the interfacing tutorial - very intersting!!

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