Wednesday, 21 May 2014

The Butterflies Bag

The test-bags saga continues.
Today character is the Butterflies Bag.



I used two lovely fabrics with a lot of purple print: Cocoon for Free Spirit from Westminster Fibers and Little Dot from Europe.


As with the other bags, I used batting and I quilted the bag body.
The quilted bags attract me almost every time. They have a special look. They are unique each and every one because you can't quilt identical designs. I mean free motion quilting. But it's challenging to find the balance, to not overwhelm the fabric with to much stitching or to lay out the quilting design that enrich the bag shape and not just fill an empty space.
In this bag I used  thread of two colors for those simple waving lines.       
I'm very pleased how it turned out the exterior zippered pocket and I like more and more the straps with square rings.




I chose another way to hide the magnetic button and I tested one add for the bottom.



And yes, I made this bag thinking at a dear lady. Because I will give this test-bag to her as present.
I only have to make it a matching pouch.

Now,  let's see what fabrics to choose for the next bag!

Have a beautiful day!

I am linking to Linky Tuesday 
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                      Fabric frenzy Friday

4 comments:

Kat said...

Awesome bag, I love this design!

Silvia said...

Perfect zipper pochet :)), love the quilting and the fabrics! Can't wait the pattern!

Connie said...

What a beautiful bag and I'm like you.....I love the quilted look! Thanks for sharing at Linky Tuesday! Freemotion by the River

Geta Grama said...

It looks perfect! I love the side pocket and the shape - it must be very comfortable!

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