* squirrel bag

Posted on December 26th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


Well, so much for the advent calendar :P

I did make a present for my sister, though. The pattern is from this Japanese craft book. The patch is from ferdinand. The fabric is an old dress (previously seen as a Blythe dress). The straps are the ties from the dress. The lining is an animal print I got in a swap. The pearl snap I managed to shatter while mounting it. Next time I’ll put a towel or something under it. It actually looks kind of cool, though, so I left it that way.

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10 Responses to “squirrel bag”

  1. radha Says:

    oo, i hope the sister is me :)

  2. persephone Says:

    Its beautiful! And the broken snap doesn’t show in the picture.

  3. moki Says:

    That is a fabulous bag! I love that it has a little story of orgin

  4. grace Says:

    i must have that squirrel patch! lucky sister!

  5. Sandrine (alias Didine!) Says:

    OOOOOOOOOOh sooooooooo cute !!!! I’m in love with it !!!!! Big hugs to you !

  6. andrea Says:

    oh my lord. drum playing squirrels. that’s just the cat’s meow!

  7. Emma Says:

    That’s a gorgeous bag! I love the little patch too ♥

  8. sofia Says:

    Happy New Year :)
    Didn’t get my Yeti, guess that it got lost in all the x-mas mail….

  9. lyn Says:

    I love it. Very original..
    And FUN !

  10. Claire Says:

    This is so charming, I love that animal print – you’ve put it all together so well!

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