* fabric basket

Posted on September 17th, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

Another cutie from the same book as the felt box from a while back.


14 Responses to “fabric basket”

  1. vegasandvenice Says:

    Oh hey… I love the new look. This bag is so completely cute!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

  2. Regina Says:

    gasp! It’s so cute!!! I must try and make one now- Thanks for the idea!

  3. Emma Says:

    Such a cute little bag! I love it! :)

  4. tatjana Says:

    Hi there! Just found you and really like your blog :) The purse is adorable, what a great shape!

  5. kwoozy Says:

    this is great! another book on the list then..

  6. julie Says:

    that is so sweet. i love the lining fabric–so cute!

  7. sulu-design Says:

    I love the bag, and like how you’ve got it hanging on a peg-board hook, like it’s part of your work station.

  8. Tracy Says:

    That is such a cute little bag!! Great work!

  9. gillian Says:

    Yes, SUPER cute!

  10. boubou Says:

    très mignon ce petit sac

  11. Silvia Says:

    Hola: la bolsita es preciosa. I love it.

  12. laura Says:

    i´m spanish girl, I want to know, how to buy all this books? please.


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