Very nice! I love the tiny backpack, (thanks for the link, too)
Could I ask you for more pics of the pj top bag, or an idea of how you did it? I know someone who would love one with her husband's ACU top.
unfortunately, i only have the one picture. didn't think to take pics of the process. i think i got the idea from threadbanger. i will try to whip up another one, and make a tute out of it. i tried to type it up, and it just got confusing. thanks for the interest!! i'll get back to you on the tutorial soon.
heh heh heh love it! 'specially all the lovely little flowers around the words - they sweeten the sting, I think! (I didn't realize that phrase was all that offensive - whoops, probably ought to stop using it in public!)
Lovely, and a wonderful idea. My sister usually uses a bath towel, and I thought this would be perfect for her. I just used a single piece of fabric and a dish towel that I already had (one of the annoying scritchy ones that feel so icky on your hands, which makes it perfect for this) to see how I would like using it before I went to the trouble of quilting one for her. So far I love having the open counter space and it encourages me to put my stuff away instead of leaving it sitting in the drainer for days. heh. (oh, side note - some dishtowels really bleed when you wash them, so I would pre-wash before attaching the fabric top. I think I would cry if I made a top as lovely as yours and my towel bled through!)
and that's all just a really long way of saying thanks for the inspiration!
great ds case! i should make one for mine to hide it from hubby!
and for the cord? - it makes really adorable kid's clothes, especially little jumper-style dresses. i used it for a diaper bag, too, which gave the bag a baby-feel without the fluffy/quilted thing that so many of them have. ooh, and decorative pillows would be good, too, because the cord usually has a really nice feel to it.
Looks great! Love the owls! And I like adding the support as my stuff gets pretty roughed up, too; I'll have to remember that idea. I snitch my husband's e-reader all the time so I should probably make something to keep it safe! Thanks for sharing.
Lovely! And thank you so much for sharing how you made it! (especially the bits about sandwiching the layers of interfacing and hiding the turning hole under the bottom panel - both will be HUGE headache savers)