I just had to share this with you.
It's another pattern from
The pattern is called
Easy Street Bag.
You can find this PDF download
in Melissa's Etsy shop
And here is the beauty!
The bag is perfect for a 'quick something' to go to.
It's small enough that things don't get lost in it,
but large enough to make a statement.
I made this bag in just a couple hours.
I plan on making several more
with fabrics that match my wardrobe.
I also think these will be great Christmas presents
with a matching zipper pouch to go with it.
The fabric I used was Camelot by Jason Yenter.
You can find this at one of my favorite shops,
This is a beautiful, quick bag
that was a lot of fun to make.
You can never go wrong with one of Melissa's patterns.
I also had a sweet surprise in the mail this week!
My friend, Linda, from Scotland sent me these little goodies.
I am very proud to say I have a strong Scottish heritage on my mom's side of the family.
Linda was so sweet and sent me a package full of Scottish goodies
and a handmade ornament.
Thank you so much, Linda!
You'll never know how much this brightened my day!
You can check Linda's blog out
Stop over and tell her hello.
She would love to hear from you!
So thank you to everyone involved with this post.
Melissa of 100 Billion Stars
Etsy shop here
Kym of FabricFascination
Etsy shop here
And Linda of Lawson Place
You all are so inspiring to me!
FYI - this was not a sponsored post.
I just believe in these gals.
However...on Saturday, November 12th,
I WILL be posting my first sponsored
blog post with an incredible giveaway,
so make sure to stay tuned!
Have a very blessed Sunday!