Monday, January 26, 2009

Sassy Bag

Here's another Lazy Girl Design I've been wanting to try. Whaddya think? Will a 14 year old teenager like it? That's who I made it for. Another birthday coming up next month. Her favorite color is blue.
This is not a good picture of the inside but I think you can see the two pockets. The way this bag is made allows room for lots of stuff. It has two pleats in the front that expand.
You might notice that the buttons are not in a straight line. Jim noticed first thing when I modeled the bag. lol I can always count on him to spot a discrepancy. I have since fixed it. Thanks, Honey! Actually, I noticed I'd done that but I didn't think it would be so noticeable.

Jim and I did go have our breakfast "date" this morning. We both ate so much (it was nearly noon) that we haven't even had dinner yet! It's 8 p.m.! Are we getting old? lol It allowed me to work straight through to finish the bag, though. I have the circle quilt sitting on the machine in the dining room waiting for the circles to be appliqued. I had toyed with the idea of sewing them on by hand, but why? I'll use invisible thread and it will be fine.

So, I've made some sandwiches and we'll eat light. Maybe I can sew some of the circles on before bedtime.


Gina said...

Well Gemma's 14 and she thinks it's great. I'd call the buttons not being in a straight line a quirky feature of the design.LOl

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Suzy said...

Well, I think she will love the bag. I agree with Gina about the buttons. I like quirky too! Great job on all the projects. I think I need a nap now! lol

Wilma NC said...

I love anything done by those Lazy Girls!! LOL. I think the bag is sweet.