Outlined flower bag

Here’s a bag I made last night. I used some heavy mustard canvas I had leftover from lining clutches and an apron from the thrift store with a beautiful floral print and red piping. The flower is an art nouveau design by Josef Hoffman that I spied in a library book last month. I used some of the piping to cover the edges inside the bag and the strap. I really have no patience for finishing but I’m trying to make my things look more professional so I’ll actually use them. I’m so excited to have a new bag to take to Wiggleworms today. Of course… will a diaper, changing pad, wipes, extra outfit, bottle, teether, binkie, etc fit in there? guessing not.




2 thoughts on “Outlined flower bag

  1. Hilary says:

    I like it but i wouldn’t use that fabric for the flower tho i like the way you made the flower it’s interestingly different than most other flowers well later!

  2. predicate nominative says:

    ooh, pretty! i love this bag. nice idea for finishing the edges – i’m super impatient with that stuff too. oh, and um, i followed your link over here from craftster, if you were wondering who the hell is commenting on the cute flower bag.

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