I've been working on this queen size quilt for six weeks now. Since the first of the year. And I love it, and it's been great, but I can't share it. BOOO! So I was itching today for a quick win. Something that I knew I could finish today and would love. I went back to my very favorite pattern...The Green Living Market Bag by Bari J.
This is my 10th one. When I say I love this pattern, I'm not kidding. I've made most of them as gifts. This one is for a dear friend of mine who saw the fabric on Instagram when I bought it. It's Tula Pink's Salt Water line.
|Makes me think of carrying beach toys and flip flops!|
I managed to get the seahorses to line up on the top cuff. This is one of the benefits of having made so many!
I am also much better at getting the folded up corners on the bottom to be neat and lined up perfectly with the sides. This is a super sturdy bag that is perfect for groceries or goodies from the farmer's market.
|Folded up corners for the bottom|
So Kari, here are a few ideas of things you might be able to carry in your new bag...stuffed animals and American Girl dolls. Both of which I know you have at your house.
Do you have a favorite pattern that you've made over and over again? What is it?