Friday, October 16, 2009

Ye ol' handbag


Been making some over the shoulder small bags, complete with front pocket and internal mobile phone pocket. Thinking of popping them in my ETSY shop. (if I can remember how!!)


14 comments:

Janet said...

These bags are gorgeous! I would be most interested in purchasing one (or two) -- they are incredible. Can you please contact me regarding the size/price?
Thanks so much,
Janet tparkie@optonline.net

Thimbleanna said...

Oooh, very pretty! I LOVE the one with that key fabric on it!

Chookyblue...... said...

nice bags Annie............hope they sell well........

Cardygirl said...

Great bags...love them all...especially the keys!

Lizzie said...

You have been busy! Still with all this rain, staying in and sewing is the only way to go. The weeds are growing well here though and it's lovely to see everywhere so green as you drive in to Ballarat.
Lizzie
XXX

Calidore said...

Ohhh stunning. I seriously want to come and have some sewing lessons with you - just to learn how to make the bags......ohh and to drool over your garden...vbg.

debbie said...

Hi Annie, Just admiring the bag on the blog made in the red and green fabric, Spring Carnival I think , was it a pattern or did you make it up yourself? It looks like a good size to throw everything in.
I am coming to Ballarat for a few days tonight so hope it is not too cold. I am from Qld.

Julie said...

Very flash bags!!!!! I love the first two. I don't think you will have any trouble selling them at all. They all look like like they a from a fancy boutique store.

picciolo said...

they look great! I love the textures you have got in there
: )

Alice said...

I love that first bag...very classy indeed. I hope you sell lots, but don't take too much time away from your beautiful garden, will you?

clare's craftroom said...

Love those bags !

Anonymous said...

too clever, hitting the market right on target, wish i had not bought one last week yours are sooo cool

Leanne said...

Very nice I'm sure they will sell.

Jenny said...

These are just lovely Annie:)