Sarah’s bag collection has jumped up from one to three, as she made two more for herself today.
The patterns were based on the Breyer bag Sarah came with, though I suggested a few changes.
The corners are squared, and there’s a pocket in the front for wands, phones, keys and the like.
They’re nice and roomy, so there’s plenty of space inside for whatever one needs.
The lighter purple one is a summery one, and this dark one is a wintery one. It’s made with some batik fabric, which gives a cool effect.
The summery bag sure does brighten up a decidedly un-summery day, though! As does a trip to Flourish & Blotts. And possibly the Three Broomsticks for a warm pastry.
Anyways, see ya!
6 thoughts on “Bagging Up the Bags”
I love these bags! So roomy and colourful- an outside pocket is a great idea!
Thank you! The outside pockets work really well. 😊
I say this all the time but you are so clever, they’re lovely!
Aw, thank you! I think I’d definitely make life-size replicas if I had the fabric. 😊
Sarah has a more extensive accessory collection than I do. 😛 I love how the bags can hold so many books…that’s the real priority! I also love that last picture…hopefully BB-8 doesn’t get rusty in the rain. 🙂
I know, her accessories number more than mine too! Thank you, BB-8 gets a thorough blow- and towel dry when he gets home if it’s been raining, similar to a dog in the same situation. They love it! 😊
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