Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Having spent the week in Turkey and Rob's Mum needed a bag which she could fit eveything in so I set about making her a new one as soon as we got home - to go over her shoulder to leave hands free - would take all the items required by a lady of 82 - so here is the finished article, I made a zipper pocket inside for the passport, purse etc. so she would feel safe.

I am pleased to say she was over the moon with it, I chose a moda jelly roll and all the colours will co-ordinate with her outfits .

It was fun to make and I think I shall make myself one but slightly smaller.

Now I am going to teach this and the other bag I made, at a workshop at Art & Stitch on Wednesday 16th June - so should be a good day.


  1. It is a lovely bag the colours are gorgeous.

  2. Hi Pam ,first Thankyou for a lovely day last Saturday ,Sharon and I enjoyed it so much ,I came away tired ,but with a head full of good tips and enthusiasm ,and buzzing with ideas ,You spoke about the bag ,it really is lovely... Im off to check my diary now ...love Jan xx

  3. hi Pam I have just posted a note to you on my face book (dont know what im doing) I really enjoyed saturday making the attic window quillow. I miss you all today.
    The bag you made for Rob's Mum is really nice I bet she liked it. x Vanessa

  4. Your bag is really lovely and I am glad Rob's mum likes it. Thanks for a great workshop on Saturday I enjoyed it..

  5. What a gorgeous bag, I have some batik strips that would be ideal - if only I knew how to make the bag! Hmmmm..... where's my diary?