September 2nd

Bag for Tina

A former coworker turned 40 last week; the celebration gave me a much needed nudge to try Amy Butler’s charm clutch pattern.

Bag for Tina

I anticipate making many, many more of these with what I learned after the first go-round — including one for me, with vintage trim I tucked away for the perfect project.



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7 Responses

  1. Oh my gosh, Kelli–gorgeous job! Love the style and the fabric–you talented thing, you! 🙂

  2. Pretty! 🙂

    And speaking of fabric, I found several yards of what I think is African fabric at Goodwill the other day. It’s brand new and labeled “COLLECTION LAKING,” with a torn sticker that says “Knights.” I took some pics to send you and if you’re interested, I’ll snap it up and mail it to you. E-mailing pics now!

  3. Lovely!

    Tell us your sewing secrets that you learned!

  4. So awesome! And yes, you really must make one for yourself. Something sturdy to match your new adventures in Colorado. 🙂

  5. Super cute, I love the colors 🙂

  6. tina in Santa Monica September 6, 2011

    Great work!

  7. A larger version of this would make an awesome diaper bag! Nice work. It’s gorgeous!