Thursday, March 18, 2010

Sew Cute! Purses!!

I "LOVE" sewing!  I can't wait for my craft room to get done so I can actually do more of it.  Hauling out the sewing machine for every project I want to do now just gets really old, really fast.  That and the fact that my kitchen table is buried underneath all of my sewing supplies so it is out of service for a few days usually.  I have to admit though, there are some awesome creations that come out of that mess!

Here are couple purses that I made with the intention of selling but I just adore them so much, I can't decide what to do with them now.  Keep or not, give as gifts???  I am sure that I have enough purses and since I don't even carry one right now because of the diaper bag, do I REALLY need another one!?  Anyways, enough with my indecision and onto the photos!!

They are small purses but big enough to hold all of your essentials.  If I didn't have a baby I could "probably" fit all my necessities into it.



They are short straps so it is a handheld purse and not one for the shoulder.  There is a larger design that has longer handles and would hold MUCH more.  I got the pattern from Taylor Made Designs.  It honestly think I got the pattern about a year ago and don't even see it on her website anymore.  BUT, I do see that she has some apron patterns that are just adorable so I might have to snatch a couple of those up.  If you have followed me long enough, you know I "love" aprons!








6 comments:

Alisa said...

very cute purses Beth!!

Nehha said...

Wow! they look very attractive!

Beth Eaton said...

Thank you Alisa! It's because of you that I even came across this link party! I LOVE your Onesie Bottom Ruffles! I'm guessing it's for little Annaleise (sp). You are so stinkin talented!!

Beth Eaton said...

Thank you Nehha! I think it is so cool to have a "friend" in India!

Kim @ Everything Etsy said...

They look great! I have a little problem with purses and bags, so I'm not one to give advice. LOL!

Thanks for linking your beautiful purses to the party! :)

~Kim

Becca said...

You did a great job! I'm in love with fabrics. Your fabric choices are great!