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I finished this bag for my etsy shop, but Becky decided she loved it too much to let me sell it.

I agree. I’ll have to make another.

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My super cute new bag.

Body fabric is Amy Butler’s Gothic Rose and the handles are Seed Dots. It’s lined with chocolate brown, and I added a pocket and magnetic closure. Fun bag to make, and lots of room inside for all my goodies.

Here are the bags I made with the Erin McMorris Park Slope fabric I posted the other day.

This bag was done with the orange swirl, with a contrasting band of the lime swirl. The shape is just a bit more modern than the average tote. The finished dimensions are 14 1/2″ wide at the top, 12″ wide at the bottom, 8 1/2″ high and 3″ deep.

This fabric for this bag is also Park Slope. I patchworked strips together and then did just a touch of quilting on each panel. The shape of this bag is more of a traditional tote. The finished dimensions of this bag are 13 1/4″ wide at the top, 11″ wide at the bottom, 9″ high and 3″ deep. This bag is super happy.

I love the colors of these bags and think they’d make a great summer bag.

I can’t wait to create something with this

This is Park Slope by Erin McMorris. Super happy colors.

I love this bag design and have decided that it is even better with the addition of a combo of interfacings.

Both bags are done in Amy Butler fabric. The first bag is smaller than the second. Love them both.