Mass production: reversible totebags

Friday, April 19, 2013 , 12 Comments

HI there!

As promised I'll show you the totebags I made for some of my penpals, one for a giveaway, one for myself and one for my dear granny!

I made a few reversible totebags before (here I made owl totebags & here I made one with hearts for my mom), but never 5 in a time span of 2 weeks. Phew. You can see the one I recycled from a thrifted blouse here.

I made them all using this tutorial by Skip to my Lou.

This one arrived at Romée's place to thank her for sending me owlsome birthdaymail :) I hope she likes it! The rose fabric is from den Action (a Dutch shop), the yellow & green fabric is second hand.

A jungle bird present for Saar, who celebrated her birthday a couple of weeks ago! The bird fabric was leftover from this skirt and the beige fabric came from my granny.

One for my sweet granny, who donates the most amazing fabrics for my projects :) The pink fabric came from her stash and the flower fabric is repurposed and came from an old dress. She was pleased!
ps: sorry for not ironing! I hate ironing, as you can probably tell..

And last but not least is this reversible totebag for the lovely Fab, who also celebrated her birthday a couple of weeks ago :) I like the bright blue thread on this one. Fabrics from the granny!

So, what do you think? Which one do you like most?


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