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Last month my Pocket Folding Shopping bag was featured in Making Magazine.



This project is such a simple idea, something I have been meaning to make ever since my sister sent me a Strawberry version from Australia, a couple of years ago for my Birthday.


The lovely Kate from Misformake let me loose on some of her gorgeous fabrics to use in this project. I chose  Hugs and Kisses in Scotch from the 'Loulouthi' collection by Anna Marie Horner, Rose Bouquet in Gold and Tile Flourish in Garnet, both from the 'Heirloom' by Joel Dewberry.

Heirloom Collection

Now here's a chance to win the Tile Flourish in Garnet Shopping Bag (featured in Making Magazine!!!) and some Easter goodies,  all you have to do is pop over to Misformake, say hello to Kate on her blog and let me know which fabric you would choose if you get to make one!

Have fun in choosing, I know I did and if you do make one of the bags, I would love to see a picture!

*I will draw a name out of a Top Hat (yes I own one!) on Sunday the 25th March!

Comments

knittywittywoo said…
Been and said hello to Kate and added her blog to my google reader too, thanks for the link.
My favourite would have to be the washi aqua flower one ( mind like a sieve, can't remember if thats proper name ).
Thanks for a lovely blog, l'm learning to sew and quilt and blogs like yours are invaluble for advice and inspiration.
linda said…
i have said hello to kate.love the purple !!
Janey said…
I've said hello to Kate, and I'd like the Rose Bouquet one, I think! It's so pretty! :)

Janey

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Julie said…
I came from Kate's blog! I love so many of her fabrics - not sure what I'd choose, would depend on the day! Julie
Gill said…
I've come from Kate's blog - I'd love to make one of these bags in Lu Summers new fabrics!
kbzelazny said…
It's just too hard to choose! Thanks so much for the chance!
Raffaella said…
Came from Kate's blog too. Would love this bag too, lovely fabric!!!!
Chloe said…
I've come from Kate's blog too, but I'm so glad she led me here, your blog is fab! I would use Florine in Dusted Plum by Lotta Jansdotter to make one of these super bags. Thank you x
Indianna said…
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Indianna said…
What a great way to show off your favourite fabric....or re-cycle an old pillow case. I'm over from Kate's Blog and I would use 'Washi' charcoal triangles by Rashida Coleman Hale.
Magpie Mimi said…
I've said Hello to Kate and would make one using Bears in a line in sea as it's just so cute! Thank you!
Eu vim de lá...Você me mandou dizer alo,fui.sou sua seguidora,não sei o que fazer com aquela palavra....Bouquet rose?Pode ser?Então tá muito obrigada.
Kelly said…
i've popped over from Kate, she has so many lovely fabrics it's hard to choose, but i'd probably go with the 'dandelion hatch in blue jay' as i just love those colours
kellyx
They are all gorgeous - but I love the rose bouquet design.

Lovely work!
They are all gorgeous - but I love the rose bouquet design.

Lovely work!
Sorry - didn't mean to leave more than one message, faithful laptop crashed! xxx
Ellouise88 said…
Lovely, lovely bags. Just found this gorgeous magazine!
Hot Fudge said…
I have come from Kate's blog and am so happy that I have discovered you. I love Rose Bouquet.
I have been to visit Kate's blog and made a visit to have a look at gorgeous fabric. If I could choose fabric I think it would be 'Typewriters in Neutral'. Loving the bag and thanks for the chance to win.
Hello. I've been to Kate's blog too. Thank you for the chance to win. My favourite is the purple tile one. :)
Mrs Jones said…
I would do the bag in fuwari fuwari in duck egg blue. Love both your blogs!
Carla G said…
I came from Kate's blog! I like the Washi triangles in Charcoal. Thanks for a chance to win! I'm a new follower of your blog too! #300! :)
Oo, thank you for introducing me to MisforMake. Lovely, lovely choice of fabrics!
I was going to choose a Joel Dewberry fabric 'cos they're all winners! But then i had a mooch and decided on Hill and Dale - which seemed appropriate since my name is Helen Dale - ha!
jemimalumley said…
Oh that's lovely! Hello, hello, hello!
Debra Lee said…
Ilove the tile flourish and Kate will make me wrestle for hers!
Anonymous said…
I'm coming from Kate's blog and I'd use the Washi triangle fabric for this lovely project :-)

Miriana
chrissie said…
Been over to Kate. I can't decide on a particular material as there are so many fab ones but I do know that it would be a garnet colour.
Sew Appetising said…
Fab idea...and what great materials...
Sx
I would do it in Dandylion Hatch in Bluejay, lined with Washi Star Flower Aqua, or possibly Washi Floral Natural. I've greeted Kated and added her to follow. Lovely site, fabulous bag! Congrats on the publish!
Cat's Ceramics said…
Hi! I have added Kate's blog to my reading list and I would love to enter your give away! I like the Washi waves in charcoal the best.
I found your post on the Folksy forum and had a look at your blog, we must be local to one another I'm in West Sussex and I visit Nymans all the time!
Anonymous said…
How exciting to find your blog from Kate's blog (and on a day when i am off work sick). Definitely the rose bouquet one in gold. Delicious for a spring day! ruthlucas@yahoo.com
kay said…
I have just been to say hello. I loved looking at the fabrics by colour choice. I was partial to dots and swirls in teal. Also little blue cars. i have become addicted to patchwork recently, particularly dresden plate designs and am always looking for gorgeous fabric.
Footpather said…
Oh wow! What can I say, so many gorgeous fabrics on Misformake. I was really attracted to the Blue Dotty Hens especially. Thank you for a great blog and for introducing me to another one too.

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