Monday, December 12, 2011

A Little Sewing for Myself ☆☆ Ayumi's Lunch Bag ☆☆

Last night I started making a bag using Ayumi's tutorial. Her tutorial for her fabric basket is my go to for a cute little gift. You can stuff a little doll quilt and pillow in there perfectly! So I knew I would love making her Lunch Bag and I finally had the chance to do just that last night. I love how easily it came together and I absolutely love the bag.


  I used a vintage linen I found when I was looking for inspiration for my cocorico bee block for Annabel.


Then I tried to pull some coordinating prints from my stash. I am so happy with it. Next I'm making a cute little Dumplin purse to coordinate with my awesome new Lunch Bag that I will not be using as a lunch bag but as a purse. Now back to Christmas sewing.....

14 comments:

amy said...

So cute!! I made two of them for Easter baskets for my girls, now they use them to carry activities everywhere we go. It's such a useful and versatile bag.

{Leila}Where the Orchids Grow said...

Gorgeous!! This bag is high up on my to do list. Just need to find the right fabrics for it.

Jacque. said...

oh! Gotta make one...tooo dang cute! Great job, Erin!

Heather D. said...

That's really adorable, and the fabric prints are just perfect for this project.

diane said...

I love this and can't wait to see the matching dumpling bag.

Teje said...

Your new bag is beautiful, cute and sweet! Love the pattern and fabrics!

Molly said...

love the fabrics you used - so cute!

Barb said...

You did a fabulous job....and the fabrics is just wonderful!

ayumills said...

Erin, this turned out soooo perfect! Love love love the fabric you used for it!

Anita said...

It's adorable! Great job.

randi said...

i am loving your fabric choices on this one! cute!

Jenniffier said...

Looks great. Very Very Cute!

Laura @ Needles, Pins and Baking Tins said...

Your fabric selection is beautiful! I love the calm colours :-) How big is the bag?... like would it fit an SLR camera and lenses and other gubbins in...?

Leslie said...

the fabric you used really makes it amazing.

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