I have, and love them to death. This is the 4th one I've made, and I don't think I'll ever get tired of them. If you are interested in this pattern, it was created by Sew Demented and is for sale on her blog.
First off, I went through a bag of scraps that I bought from Christa of Christa Quilts and picked out some coordinating fabrics. Then I sewed them together to make a piece of 'fabric' for the outside.
Then I started quilting it with matchstick quilting. This was at the beginning, so the lines are further apart.
I love making my 'sew together' bags scrappy.
The zippers are my favorite part!
A little surprise inside of the pockets.
This one went right back to Christa! Christa, I hope you enjoyed using this little 'sew together' bag at Market!
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Just gorgeous Vicki! I love making these too...
Love the scrappyness of this one. I have not sewn one of these yet,maybe in the new year!
Oooh....too much scrappy delight! Lurve it!!
Such a cute bag! Love the matchstick quilting on this one, Vicki! Beautiful job!
Really love the pop of blue inside the zippers. Great job!
Wow, Vicki - you are an EXPERT at this bag! Your photos are breathtaking, and I adore the fabric and zipper combos you chose. Soooooo cool!
Not being a bag maker....I'm always a little jealous of how wonderful yours are...another awesome finish Vicki!
So pretty! I like the different lining for the zippered pockets. These bags must be so useful for anyone with lots of different things to keep separate from each other! xx
What a pretty bag! I think I've only made three sew together bags so far. Love them. I wish I was better at the binding though.
You've done a great job! I really don't want to make one of these but you make it so tempting!
This is terrific!! I just finished my fourth bag, too, and I'm amazed at how quickly I can make one now, with hardly any looking at the tutorial online. I love your scrappy outside--I've never done one like that, always just using fabric. Definitely need to try one like that soon!
Oh fun. I really like those too. Your version is pretty cute.
I have seen these, but didn't know where to find the pattern! GREAT JOB!
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