awfullyaud:

Custom embroidered luggage grips! This one has a monogram on it.

Posted to wrong blog again :( These are only $10, let me know if you’re interested! Totally customizable

awfullyaud:

Custom embroidered luggage grips! This one has a monogram on it.

Posted to wrong blog again :(
These are only $10, let me know if you’re interested! Totally customizable

awfullyaud:

Custom embroidered luggage grips! This one has a custom saying in sparkle thread.

Posted to wrong blog, oops!If anyone’s interested, let me know! Just $10 and I have multiple colours. If I don’t have your colour on hand, I can order it for you :)

awfullyaud:

Custom embroidered luggage grips! This one has a custom saying in sparkle thread.

Posted to wrong blog, oops!
If anyone’s interested, let me know! Just $10 and I have multiple colours. If I don’t have your colour on hand, I can order it for you :)

I’m so excited about this bag. I made this as a birthday present for my college roommate. We were both music majors, and she happens to be a cellist. So naturally—Bach.

The embroidery on the front of the bag is custom digitized by me so this bag is completely one of a kind. I got the felt clutch that I embroidered it on at JoAnn’s (originally I was gonna make a T-Shirt but then I saw the bag and it was just too good). I ripped out the side seams, embroidered the front flap on my mom’s Brother 10-needle embroidery machine, and then put in some lining and credit card pockets in the purse to give it a more finished look (admittedly the pockets are not perfect at all, but this is a first try) and added that adorable chain strap to it.

I think Chelsea will love it and I am so excited for her to receive it!

awfullyaud:

My latest bag! I posted the before photos when I started on the bag and now I’ve finished it! This order came from a lady my mom met at a nursing conference who saw her professional tote (also made with owl material) and wanted one similar. People carrying my bags really are the best advertising.

The professional tote is one of my favourite patterns because it is such a sleek, professional bag and it is so versatile! This bag is just made out of quilting cotton with a suede bottom panel, but I really love to make this bag out of heavier home dec materials to give it some weight and durability.

I’m excited for September because I’m going to be teaching a class on this pattern at the sewing/vacuum store I work at.

I am really bad at posting these things to the right blog the first time around…

Saint’s purse I made for my cousin last year. The bag pattern is called the Quattro, by StudioKat Designs and it is a really really cute bag, but it is also a pain in the butt to make.

The embroidery is custom by me, done on my Janome 10000 embroidery machine :)

awfullyaud:

I call this my Skullduggery messenger bag. It’s another Amy Butler pattern (her patterns work up so well!), but I made it using Alexander Henry fabric. The outside is a nice home dec material called “Skullduggery” and the inside is a quilter’s cotton.

Things I love about this bag:

  • It has tons of pockets! There’s an exterior zipper pocket on the back, two pleated pockets on the front, a zipper pocket on the interior of the flap, a zipper hanging pocket inside the bag, plus pencil pockets and a larger storage pocket on the hanging flap.
  • It is so sturdy. I made this bag in 2010 and I am *still* using it today, 4 years later. Some of the fabric has wear on it, of course, but none of the seams have come out and it is still fully functional. The bag itself is lined with canvas between the layers of fabric that give it a lot of strength.

…posted this to the wrong blog initially, oops!

One of my favourite bags I’ve ever made! It’s a design by Amy Butler and the little details on the bag are just perfect.

Getting started on a Professional Tote order!!