Friday, February 18, 2011

Boho Shoulder Bag + Giveaway

Spring is coming (no, seriously… it is!) and what better way to celebrate than stitching up a nice BIG bag made from a bright, cheery print? Designer Jen Lopez from Sew Fun has created the perfect solution with the new Boho Shoulder Bag sewing pattern. This pattern is a reversible, sling style bag with bottom pleats to make it nice and roomy. It features lots of stylish top stitching, a toggle button closure and pockets inside & out.



The thing to love most about this pattern is it takes just one yard of two different fabrics (one each for inside and out – it’s reversible)… a perfect opportunity to justify all those “I’ll just buy ONE yard!” moments at Fat Quarter Shop.

The pattern calls for the outside fabric in home dec weight or similar fabric. We stitched up samples for Quilt Market in Moda’s twills and they were the perfect weight: not too heavy or thick, easy to sew and they had a very nice texture, kind of like a light denim. How about Moda’s It's a Hoot Twill in Fudge, Raspberry or Cherry?

If you are feeling more ambitious and you have the perfect quilting weight fabric, you can apply a light to medium weight interfacing to the exterior fabric like our friend Carrie did with this gorgeous Laura Gunn Dogwood Stripe in Olive from her Poppy line of designer fabrics. Looking for something really Spring-y? How about Tea Garden by Dena Design for Free Spirit Fabrics?




The Boho Shoulder Bag can be worn over the shoulder or across the body, messenger-bag style - perfect for keeping a busy mom’s hands free. Use it for baby’s things, yoga, market, books, knitting – just about anything!

Sew Fun is generously donating five of this new pattern to five of you lucky winners!  What can YOU do with your Boho Shoulder Bag?  Leave a comment on this post telling me what line of fabric you would make your bag out of for a chance to win.

Contest closes Wednesday, February 23rd @midnight CST.  Good luck!



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Connecticut Chronichols said...

Probably something by Amy Butler.

Little Creatable said...

I am thinking Sunkissed of one side and Dilly Dally on the other...very springy :D

Linda said...

I would love to win this pattern. It is really great and what I have been looking for. I might use Califon or maybe the Tea Garden you are featuring. It is really beautiful, isn't it? Thanks for a chance to win!

Julie said...

I just got some Alexander Henry Spotted Owl in gray that I think would make a fabulous Boho :)

Thanks for hosting such an awesome giveaway!

Our Busy Little Bunch said...

I've been looking for the right pattern for Ty Pennington's new line ~ this would work great! THANKS for the chance!
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Dandelion Quilts said...

I think I might get some of that Sweet Divinity from Riley Blake and that would be a sweet bag. Thanks for the chance to win.

James-Linda said...

GOOD DAY TO ALL !
I'D USE "DILLY DALLY" FOR MY PURSE!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

bdaiss said...

Ooo! Don't make me pick yet! Probably a Hoffman Batik. I've been drooling over a number of them. OR maybe something fun (Urban Zoologie by Ann Kelle) on one side, and a balancing solid on the other... Oh the choices! Thanks for the chance to win!

Cassandra {Sleeping or Sewing} said...

I know you said cheery, but the "Herb Garden Batiks Rosemary Scrolling Flourishes" would look super nice as a bag. Oh! I'm a neighbor I live in Austin. Do you have a store (maybe by a different name) in Austin, Manchaca, or Buda?

bruinbr said...

Adorable! I would love to try and make this bag out of a fabric in the Chrysalis line by Moda! Very fun!

bruinbr at gmail dot com

krisgray said...

Being a more traditional kind of gal, I would use the lovely lilacs on purple from Lilac Hill for my Paducah shopping bag.

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Oh I love the Laura Gunn dogwood bag! I would probably go for a springy floral like that. Thanks for the chance!

margie c said...

Ooo, I would have to use some Espresso Swiss Chocolate or Sweetwater!
Thanks for the chance!
hugs, margie
TheBumbleGirl at Rocketmail dot com

Anneke said...

I would love to make this bag out of Moda fabrics. I really love 'fadango'and 'central park' from kate spain! Those are the fabrics I would use for the bag. They give me such a sunny feeling :)

handigean(at)hotmail(dot)nl

Heather Kuhn Roelker said...

The bright turquoise and red fabrics from City Weekend by Oliver + S for Moda Fabrics.

Kasey said...

I think I would use Dilly Dally- it would bring on spring! And would be nice and bright for my trip to Florida that's fast approaching.

heleen said...

I would choose one of moda's candy bars. i love the pattern, and I hope I make a chance.

Natasha said...

I am not sure of what line I would make the bag out of, but it would be a jumbo, bright floral print. Perhaps an Amy Butler or Moda fabric.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would make the bag out of Flower Sugar 3 by Lecien and use some interfacing. It would be so cute for spring.

RenegadeQuilter said...

I would probably make the bag out of Origins or Make Life.

AnnieOC said...

I have a bunch of Anna Maria and Amy Butler fabric waiting to be used...maybe make one of each!

Cori Lewis said...

Breakfast at Tiffany's of Central Park.... this is exactly the purse I have been looking for!!

Kelly said...

I can't say I know what fabric line yet, but I'm thinking it needs to be something bright. I'm ready for something springy. LOVE the pattern, thanks for the chance to win one.

MareMare said...

I'm still so in love with the Laura Gunn Poppy and have been hoarding some fat quarters and yardage. Seeing it made up in that bag made me want to stop hoarding and start sewing! So definitely that! ;)

Kay said...

I would make it out of the new Ruby fabric when it comes out. Can't wait to see more of it & to get some.

Mylissa said...

I would love to make the bag using the "Dilly Dally" moda line. It just screams Spring and I think that we are all ready for some spring weather !! :)

Denise said...

I think I need a Cat In The Hat One, and maybe one of some bright Bali's

Sandi H. said...

The Parisville Mist collection by Tula Pink is my choice for a new shoulder bag. It's such a lovely spring-y fabric!

rderrett said...

Jane Sassaman Iris and Bleeding Hearts with Dragonfly Moon or Amy Butler Temple Doors in Deep Water with Bali Gate in Periwinkle.

karenfae said...

Like you say you can use it for your crochet/knitting, a kindle can stick in it a bag of hand piecing or applique - all the stuff you normally toss in your purse and you are set!
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Monica said...

Thanks for doing a giveaway! I'm not sure what fabric I'd use for the bag, but I know I'd have fun searching for just the perfect one! Definitely something bright and springy!

~Michelle~ said...

Well, in my fantasy world, I drive a scooter around everywhere, so a cross-body bag would be ideal! Unfortunately, the reality is that my hubs won't let me get a scooter to drive in LA traffic...but the bag COULD be reality!

Leanne said...

ANYTHING by Amy Butler! Love her "Soul Blossoms" line!

Emma said...

I love this pattern, and I think it would look great in an Amy Butler fabric, although I have recently discovered Anna Maria Horner and love her fabrics as well!

grammy and papi said...

Oh, I love the Tea Garden you featured. It would be a great bag to carry for auctions!!

Have a God Filled Day
Shirley

TheFancyFritter said...

Cute bag! Probably something Amy Butler or Art Gallery! Both my current favs! :-) Thanks!

Kate said...

oooh, Sunkissed or Central Park - what a great spring bag!

Mariliz said...

Great bag..I just got some "Swoon" that will make a it perfect!

Irina said...

oh, if I won I'd make this bag with Whimsy by Pillow and Maxfield...let's hope I'm lucky!

Heather said...

I've got a couple of Amy Butler prints that I've been saving for a bag! They would be perfect for this!

Steven and Ginger said...

I'm think darjeeling fabrics, in the pink/orange colorway would make the perfect spring bag.

harleywife57 said...

It's a HOOT ; fudge trees twill !! or cherry trees , or ..................something I have already or sunkissed or central park !

cindy said...

This pattern is something I have been looking for...my friend would love this bag...she would love big bright colors like Amy Butler and she has been dying to have a bag with daschunds which could be her lining....very nice...

rebecca said...

I have the perfect Bliss fabric. Very cool pattern!!

Tammy said...

I think I'd go with the Moda Giddy collection, It's bright and spring looking and just says HAPPY.

Kelly said...

I've got some Echino and Ruby Star Rising I'm just dying to use, but I'm waiting for the right project. Wonderful spring bag!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I'm thinking this would look great in an orangie batik.

Billie in TX

Amy said...

I'd use It's a Hoot, but I'd have a hard time narrowing it down to which fabric from that collection! Cross body bags are my favorite! I always need room for my knitting and the random things my kids want me to hold.

Christine M said...

I'm not sure what fabric collection I would make the BoHo Shoulder Bag from. I'll just have to go fabric shopping to see what I could find. How sad!!!!! lol

Anonymous said...

I like using batiks so probably use for this bag. Thanks.

Denise

Anonymous said...

I would love to win a pattern. I would probably use something in blues/reds. Thanks.

Donna

Lindsay Conner said...

Hello, Hello Betty! Pretty purse...

Lori said...

this is a great bag and one I would love to make for the spring and summer months. I probably would use fabric from Me & My Sister Favorites.

Bree scott said...

I have just gotten some innocent crush, I think I would use that! I would use it everyday to cart the mass of things three boys neeeed me to bring (maybe even the chihuahua)

Deborah N. said...

Anything out of Free Spirit would look great. This bag would be so cute and useful out if it.

Brenda said...

I love the Persimmon Lace in the home decor group. I think it would make a great summer kick around bag.

MRZ said...

I love it and I would use some of the one yard pieces that I have in my stash.

Jen B. said...

I'd use Patty Young's Sanctuary line.

Anna said...

It's cute, it's fun, I've really gotta have one!

Anna

ladybug said...

That would be the perfect bag to take all of my crap to church in! I'd make it from something like LizzeB Cre8ive's fabrics, or some yummy Lecien fabrics or anything from Robyn Pandolph!

Mary said...

Love the bag. Would dig out some stash fabrics that looked snazzy.
Mary

Cyndi said...

Love that bag...and I would definitely make it from Dilly Dally...that fabric is just so happy. It would make the perfect bag for Spring and Summer!

XOXO,

Cyndi

Sherrie said...

This is a tough decision... but probably one of the Buttercup fabrics by Fig Tree Quilts! Thanks!

Christy said...

I would definitely want to get some of the new Sherbet Pips fabric - probably the red with the puppies - and make the bag out of that. I can't wait for that line to come out!

VickiT said...

What a cute purse. I love reversible purses. I think since it's suggested was a home dec fabric I'd probably use these two fabrics:Love Sateen Emerald Trumpet Flowers by Amy Butler and Impressions Home Dec Espresso Asian Floral by Ty Pennington.

traceyjay said...

such a cute bag... I think I'd make it in some Anna Maria Horner...

Lisa said...

I'd have to make one for each season, at least. So, a juicy stripe for Summer with teals and citrus colors; a gorgeous large scale leaf or maybe a rich paisley for Autumn; beautiful, fresh flowers for Spring and a Tweedy home dec fabric for Winter. How about a Dr. Seuss bag too? ~~Lisa

Laurie said...

wow - hard choice! I'm loving sweetwater and central park right now and think both would work well for this! Thanks for the chance to win and have a grand day - Laurie

llsbaskets at comcast dot net

Peach Rainbow said...

I think Central Park would make this bag even brighter ;D
Thanks for the chance!

Mommarock said...

I'm too new to quilting and fabric to really know the lines of fabric.. but I do know I would want something Pink.. for when I'm feeling in that mood.. and something brown on the other side.. for when I'm feeling that side.. just choices..

CathyG said...

I would make this bag from the Feelin' Groovy fabric line. It would be a flashback from the 60's;
so cool!

TheLazyQuilter said...

Maison and Rouenneries wovens :)

carola said...

Phillip Jacobs collective would be perfectly stunning! And for a baby shower gift Lilly and Will would make a gorgeous diaper bag/tote!

Elise said...

I LOVE this pattern!! I really need to make this bag or one like it. I'd use the Impressions Persimmon Asian Floral fabric for my bag. Thanks for the chance to win the pattern!

Cathy said...

I woud love to win this pattern. And since I'm a giver....I would prob make many for my sista friends......Not sure what material though...many friends are different....either wa, I know they'd like it
cathy
catscraftycreations.blogspot.com

jabcraftin said...

What a sweet bag!! I love when bags go across the body...hands free is the best especially when your bag becomes the repository for everyone else's stuff (read: my children's stuff)...I think this bag would look great in some funky fabric and right now I am loving me some Innocent Crush by Anna Maria Horner :)

sarah said...

Oh I'd LOVE to make this. And I would make it in sunkissed-bright & springy!

Jolee said...

I'd use some fabulous Kaffe Fassett with this. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

Mouster1 said...

Cute bag! There are so many nice fabrics out there that I'd have to make it in more than one. Absolutely love Buttercup by Fig tree so I believe I'd make the bag out
of one of these.

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I would love to make this it Its a hoot as I love owls. It would be great using le petite ecole as well!;)
sandangels1945@hotmail.com

Laura said...

I would love to make this in the it's a hoot line

Dawn said...

I'm thinking something from Sweetwater. Darling pattern!

Lori said...

I would use "Lovely". What a terrific bag!

junglewife said...

I'd love to make this in Kate Spain's Central Park!

kristinorth said...

I like the It's a Hoot Cherry Eggs Twill, and something completely different for the other side!

abi said...

ooh, I've been eyeing this pattern! pick me!

octoberzephyr said...

oh wow! the laura gunn dogwood print looks great! i think this bag would look really pretty in Soul Blossoms by Amy Butler, too. :D

Martina said...

Great bag! I might pick some sunkissed or a fabric with birdies all over. Thanks for the chance!

jane p said...

I would go with a flower-flower fabric.

Four dogs and one quilter said...

Would love to make this bag in Dilly Dally or maybe Fresh Flowers.

RadKnitter said...

I love this bag! I think it would look great in Pom Pom de Paris.

Marisa Lyn said...

I love the size of this bag. It is perfect for shopping at the farmers market, and this is my perfect excuse (as if I need one) to buy the Ambrosia collection to use for this. I also love Dilly Dally. Ok who said I couldn't do more than one bag. hehe >_<

Janice said...

Not sure what fabric I would use, but this bag would be fun for gifts!

Chelsea said...

oohhhh Ive been wanting a bag pattern for awhile. i'd probably use fabric from Kate Spain or Amy Butler

Jane said...

I would use Tea Garden. Love the bright colors.

Lee said...

I would love to use innocent crush!
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Barb in Mi said...

Great bag - I would use Sunkissed for my boho shoulder bag! Thanks so much!

SheilaS said...

What a neat bag-nice to take to quilt stores. Why couldn't you use the new plastic type fabrics like in the Simpson-Minick line of Charlevoix-it would be quick washable as well!

LZ said...

What a versatile bag. Great for the beach. I would love to make it in Sunkissed by Sweetwater.

Jill said...

This is a great bag for everything and anything. It is too hard to choose just one fabric for this bag. But, I would lean towards something from Me & My Sister or Amy Butler.

Regina said...

Oh I have to choose a fabric line???? That is so hard - Sunkissed, Fandango, Wonderland (if I have any left in my stash)... I have a great home dec remnant with dragonflies all over it that I picked up to make a grocery tote out of - that would be great, too!!! Ohhh - the possibilities!

Anonymous said...

I would like to use Buttercup from Figtree, nice and springy after a long winter
Sue N

Sandy said...

I could see this made up using 2 Fandango prints for sure. What a great bag! Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

Beth said...

I have some of Amy Butler's older line I've been saving for a "special" project! I would use it for the Boho Shoulder Bag for my college-age daughter!
Thanks for a chance to win!
Beth in AL
bhambeth at gamil dot com

Peggie said...

I just saw someone with this bag on Wednesday! We went to Taco Bell for a quick bite on the way to our cleaning job and someone had it over her shoulder. My husband actually saw it and pointed it out to me! I loved it! What fabric line? Maybe something from Spring fever or tossed owls. I also thought of denim on one side as sometimes I just want a solid!

Kori said...

I think I might choose something from Lovely and add interfacing. But there are some other fabrics I love too! This bag would be great for those large scale prints that are so fun!
Kori

Francis said...

The new swiss chocolate line would make a great bag! Thanks for doing the giveaway. I love the bag & would love a pattern!

email: nataliemfrancis@gmail.com

rebecca said...

would love this in Fandango. Also would look cool in animal prints

Mama Pea said...

I am a professor and am always carrying lots of books and papers home at night. This would be nice for that. I think it would be really cute in Kate Spain's Central Park!

Miss Nancy said...

Love this bag! Thank you for this great giveaway. I think I would make this bag using something from the Tea Garden line. This bag would be very handy for traveling.

Have a super great day.

Ashley said...

I would use this bag at the farmer's market in town and I would make it in Journey's by Kathy Davis

Shelley said...

That's the perfect bag for taking to Quilt Show Markets!! Just think of all the goodies I could stuff in there LOL! I love the It's a Hoot Raspberry Trees twill fabric..it would be perfect in this bag!

KaarQuilter said...

The only bad thing about living in CA is that we are several hours behind when it comes to these entries! Darn. I LOVE this bag. It's so cute, and so useful. I hope, hope, hope!

Kaaren B

Katie said...

I'd make mine out of Ruby Star Rising....the viewfinder fabric! :) Thanks!

Kathy H said...

I would use the It's a Hoot fabric. I just love that fabric line.

Syd said...

I'm thinking I would use Freespirt's For your Home. The colors are bold and bright. It would make a great bag to take projects with you. Thanks!

Linda said...

I would use "It's a Hoot" Moda fabric. Thanks! Linda T.

Pepe said...

Perhaps Swiss chocolate...

Samantha said...

I would use Innocent Crush by Anna Maria Horner with it's large and whimsical prints I think it is the perfect bag.

Rea said...

I would use recycled materials! Why not!

phine said...

I would make this bag from a standout kaffe fassett fabric.

corinne said...

As a teacher, I love the style of the bag. I can use it for papers, gradebook, books and many things I carry back and forth to school. I would use a fabric in the Nature Elements Collection by Art Gallery Fabrics. Thank you for the giveaway

botaitai said...

I have a large stash of fabric and would probably use something from my stash - I have a piece of Soul Blossom.

Judy said...

I would love this pattern! And the tea garden fabric would be wonderful! Thank you Fat Quarter Shop!

MelilndaF said...

this bag would look great with something from Free Spirit's Impressions line: Espresso Lace or Foliage wold be gorgeous

Deb said...

I really like the Oasis line by 3 sisters....would make the bag from that line of fabric.

Kimberly R. said...

I'd love to use a denim color twill, please enter me in your wonderful giveaway!
Thanks :)
kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

Nancy said...

For a fun spring purse I'd use Lovely by Sandy Gervais or Phoebe, which I just saw on your new fabrics link. Thanks for the great giveaway!

Sheila Galindo said...

I have some lovely Turquoise and White Home Dec fabric that I could use on both sides. One print on one side and another matching on the other side.

kerrypuddy said...

This is the bag I've been waiting for!! Love the style - I'm a big fan of over the body bags, I need my hands free whilst I run around after my 2 year old! ;o)

I'd probably make a couple of these - one for day to day use and another for my knitting supplies.

Marcia W. said...

This would be a nice casual bag when need extra room beyond what my regular purse holds. I would use a group of basic fabrics from Pat Bravo's Art Gallery Fabrics new Nature Elements Collection. Thanks FQS and Sew Fun for this lovely giveaway.

Cheri said...

maybe tea garden navy dream with blue asaam????

Chris Davis said...

This would be lovely in any of Kaffe's fabrics -- his classic in Cobalt comes to mind. A Lily and Will version would be nice for my sis in law would be fab as well!

Sarah said...

I think Dilly Dally or Fresh Flowers for mine.

Teresa Stroud said...

I think any Free Spirit fabrics would look great in this bag.

Tam said...

I really love this bag and hope I get a chance to make it. I would use Emily Taylor's Domestic Diva Recipes for the outside and Stripes for the inside. So cool :)

The Pink Chick said...

Fabulous bag!! I'd have to go to my favorite online quilt shop - FQS - and pick out some great fabric for it. Anything bright and cheery would be good for me!

Jenny said...

i would definitely practice on an old plaid home dec ive had for ages...but the read deal would be in Denyse Schmidts County Fair for sure!

Sarah Craig said...

Sunkissed, for sure!! I need those sunny bright warm colors......

Cindy said...

I ABSOUTELY love this Boho Shoulder Bag Pattern. I would definitely make it out of PURE by Sweetwater to carry this summer.

I love bags that can be carried across the body to leave both hands free - you know...to be able to touch all those fabrics as I go to quilt shops...LOL

And, wouldn't this bag also be fun made from Sandy Gervais's newest line, Lovely?

Okay, so now my head is spinning with fabrics to make this wonderful bag.

ModernDayMama said...

I'm really digging Soul Blossoms from Amy Butler -- I think the fuchsia or chartreuse fabrics would make a funky, fun springtime bag!

P.S. I just made my FIRST bag yesterday!!! My ripper got a workout, but I finished it and it's really awesome! I think I'm a bag addict... :)

Molly said...

Great pattern! Thanks for the giveaway!

Jan said...

This looks like a very doable bag...maybe not too many details. I recently bought a BIG floral print from Clothworks called Piccadilly by Pamela Mostek...it needs a big bag to show off the print. Love it!

Ruth B said...

I'm thinking this is a great bag for applique on the go! I would use A Morris Tapestry fabrics from Barbara Brackman because they are gorgeous!

deserae said...

I would love to use Laura Gunn's Poppy line!

Denise said...

I think I would use "Feeling Groovy Pink Peace Out" on the outside, and Riley Blake "summer song" pink stripe on the inside! Then I could use it for everything!

deborah said...

Sunkissed and Central Park are the fabrics I would choose..which ones would be the dilemma:) I need a big bag to take to quilt shows this spring!

Julie said...

I would use the Penelope line by Holly Holderman for Lakehouse Dry Goods...the only challenge being which 2 pattern I would pick...I love the line!

Sarina said...

oooo... cute! just one line of fabric?! Let's see... I have some cheeries that need a project, some dr. seuss, little birds w/ eggs- now what could be springier than new life?!

Cecilia said...

I just bought a very pretty piece of Hoffman batik that would look great as a bag. Thanks for the chance to win, this would make a great bag to carry all of my quilting supplies in on the days I go to our weekly sit n sew.

Karen said...

If I had the pattern, I would want to use Fig Tree's Strawberry Fields. I can't wait until it is on the market!

RobynK said...

Uni DD would love a bag like this for her birthday present and it could be used for Uni stuff, markets, overnight stay at friend's places etc. Ive always liked the It's a hoot range but choosing one fabric is difficult though I really like the raspberry twill.

Big Momma said...

i love the shape of this bag! it would be great as an alternative to my giant "mom-purse!"

i think it would be really beautiful and springy in the sunkissed line, or a little more neutral in pure. maybe i'll make one of each - one for me and one for my sister-in-law! :)

--Alex

Ginger said...

What a great pattern. Since my son has graduated from diapers to big boy underware, I always carry a "just in case" change of clothing. This bag would be perfect. I we make it out of the red print from the Hullabaloo by Urban Chicks, even if I had to wait until April for it to arrive.

ginger c at gmail dot com

Carla said...

What a neat pattern! I would like to make it with a bright colored fruity spring fabric I just picked up at the thrift store. Thanks for a chance to win!

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gill said...

Sherbert Pips! I'm waiting impatiently for the release of this fabric here in the UK!!

KDL said...

I love this bag for Saturday farmers market! It is already spring here in FL! I would use It's a Hoot line of fabric. Owls are huge this year
Kim

Teri said...

I agree, Amy Butler would rock this bag but I would probably use Central Park or Crystalis.

Andra said...

I would have to use Central Park, I am in love with that fabric!!

Nancy said...

I would use fabric from the Art Gallery line. I love their prints and colors.

stampmeup said...

I LOVE the Spring Fever line of fabrics and on sale @ $5.70/yard what's not to love about that?? :D

Corinne said...

I would make the Boho Bag out of the following fabrics: Pure canvas cocoa and Pure splash ampersand! I would make it for my daughter-in-law so that she could use the bag to hold my grandson's many toys, clothes, and food for day trips. In addition, she could use it to carry her files and her computer for her work. The darker colors would not show much, if any, soiling! I would love to win the pattern, and thank you for considering me...!

annette said...

I think this is such great bag pattern! I would probably use the Blue Canyon Batiks from Hoffman fabs as they go well with denim (which is my staple)
Thanks for the opportunity to win.
nettie

Tiff Blakey said...

Something bright! Hoopla or Dilly Dally.

Sewcando said...

A definite spring color would do for me since it looks like it would be a great on the go bag. Dilly Dally would be a fun choice.

Suzy Roberts said...

I have been admiring the new Ty Pennington line for awhile now - this would be a GREAT pattern for his fabric!!!!

knottykitty said...

Definitely Tea Garden! Tough choice to pick which one, though. Hmmmmmm.....

grandmarockton said...

Would love to WIN this bag pattern! whooooo

Anya said...

I'd use Soul Blossoms -- one of my current favorite lines. Thanks for the chance!

Life In A Pink Bunny Suit said...

I would probably use something from Sandy Gervais...either Lollipop or Lovely.

tellad said...

I have some French General fabric I need to use and some Lilly and Will I can make, and some.... the possibilities are endless! Thanks!

ciccia74 said...

Faboulous!I would go with a flower fabric like dream-on. thanks for the chance!

Jen said...

Looks like a great airplane carry on bag for all the kids supplies! Right now I'm loving the central park fabric, it would look great in that!

Jennifer Gwyn said...

This looks like a great opportunity to pair up the two colorways of the Swiss Chocolate fabric! I have been waiting to use mine on a great project. This would be it!

Annette said...

What a lovely pattern, I would love to use Max and Whiskers by Moda, a perfect fabric for a new mum bag for my sister.

Jennifer Joshua said...

Sunkissed may be. Love to win

Marianne said...

That is so cute! I would use the Tammis Keefe Contented Cats linen yardage to make a bag. And line it in a blue twill in the Pure line.

One for a wish.. said...

Oh gosh, i don't know what I would make it out of but I do know what I would do with one....just keep stuffing it full of the things that I lug around with me..it would easily fit a spare nappy and wipes, cosmetics, keys, wallet, spare food, tissues etc etc

Evelene Sterling said...

I would use fabric from Lakehouse the Penelope line. It is tre chic.

Lisa Gapen said...

The new Joel Dewberry coming out soon would be my choice! (although tough not to go back and revisit his dogwood fabric in Pond for this as well!! Hmmm. might have to make 2!)
Thanks!!

Deb said...

i have some absolutely beautiful orange-y Fandango by Kate Spain that i'd like to use.

theli said...

I would use Lily&Will II

Snoodles said...

Oh, definitely the Tea Garden - I think maybe the Blue Ming for the outside, and a coordinating blue for the inside! Lovely pattern! Hope I win!
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Lisa said...

I would use Amy Butler Chocolate Disco. It be an amazing addition to the baby bedding I'm making for my sister-in-law. She picked out the fabric and could carry the bag with her and always remember the joy of a new baby!

Anonymous said...

My favorites are the Batiks!

Debi said...

What a great pattern, I would love to make one of these!

Debi said...

I would make it in the Sunkissed line by Moda.

lil said...

I would do it with some soul blossom fabric for sure, but actually I can't tell you which one as they are all pretty
but excellent that they also have home dec

JenniferO said...

I have some of that dogwood fabric I've been saving for a bag, and seeing that picture, I can see it would be perfect for this one!

Becky said...

Buttercup by Fig Tree Quilts. I love the colors and flowery prints.

J-me said...

I would make them for ALL my daughters friends that are headed off to college this fall. This is a pattern I have been searching for..I would use recylced wool fabrics and maybe even make one out of blue jeans..
Thanks
j-me.. from MI

Bridget said...

I would use Amy Butler's Soul Blossoms.

Anonymous said...

I would like to see the Boho made from Phoebe Yellow Daisies! I can see myself taking her cross body on my bike to the farmers market and then stopping by the bakery for a fresh loaf of french bread. We just got piled in snow again, so my wish is a win to help me get through until spring!!

carrie said...

I'd use Amy Butler soul blossoms for this project. I'd use the bag to tote around all of my 3-month-old son's gear.

T said...

I would definitely rock it out with some Amy Butler! Her new stuff is sultry, this would make me all the envy at the grocery store right! Lol!

Laura said...

So cute! I would use Moda's Just Wing It by Momo fabric.

Cassie said...

Very cute bag. I would use one of the moda classics, like metallic basics, marble flannels, marble swirls or the kota batiks.

nngirl said...

Ooohh! This would be the perfect bag to go with my Fandango skirt I'm making!!! I love slouchy bags! I would definitally make it in the Fandango line to match my skirt!!!

mamabug said...

This looks like a great bag and I have a Niece that is having a baby shower in 2 weeks. Looks great for a new mom !!! I have a floral print that would be gorgeous :)

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