Monday, 28 November 2016

Sew Together Bag in Liberty




My EPP Liberty Sew Together Bag is finished, ready to be filled with all the bits and pieces I need for more EPP projects.  The lining and pockets are from various Art Gallery fabric collections, and I have attached a lovely piece of hand dyed wool felt for a needle rest.   I had Liberty binding left over from the binding I used on my Bloomsbury Quilt (yes I have finished binding it, just more quilting required) so opted to use that on the bag, rather than faffing around making up more.

This bag was not without it's making dramas. The zips were unpicked a few times, due to not reading the instructions about lining/pocket placement.  I was tempted to give up at one point, but am now quite pleased with how this has turned out and am now dreaming up a new EPP project  for the summer holidays.

11 comments:

  1. That is so pretty and practical.

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  2. I love it!!! Someday, I'll make one of these bags, but that will likely be a good ways off; I have it in my head that one will take about as long to make as a small quilt...

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  3. It's beautiful Julie! I love it! The pastel zippers are especially lovely!
    I have a new EPP project waiting for me...the papers and templates arrived yesterday! It is the Quatro quilt by Sue Daley. Do you know it? I am itching to get started!

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  4. Now that's going to be a handy bag, lots of pockets. And I love all the Liberty colour mixed up like that!

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  5. Wonderful way to use the hexagons, the bag is beautiful.

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  6. Very pretty. I like the idea of these bags, but not all those zips!

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  7. I love it - well done on your perserverance, it's a beautiful finish!

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  8. Your bag is beautiful and will be very useful. Well done for persevering with the zips.

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  9. Очень нужная вещь! Замечательный органайзер!))) Wonderful work!

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