Leaflet shoulder bag | How About Orange

March 06, 2008

Leaflet shoulder bag

I know you guys will probably barf if I say one more thing about the fabric, but I can't resist. How cool is this shoulder bag available from Etsy seller Black Bags?

26 comments:

jen said...

Another great application for your beautiful fabric!

Toni-Ann said...

de-lurking to say wow! I wish you could get your fabric over here, it's just fab.

Stitchify said...

SO cool!
And we love cheering you on!

Anonymous said...

I love it! Might need to get myslef one.

Leslie said...

not barfing. your fabric is gorgeous. it deserves to be seen!

Tamara said...

Definitely not barfing here...I can't get enough of it! I love fabric, but I don't sew. Can you imagine that conundrum?? So I NEED to live vicariously through everyone else's creations.

Eileen Dover said...

NO! Don't stop talking about your fabric, it's simply beautiful, and I love how it looks on the bag.

(The bag looks really well constructed, too, which is an even better bonus.)

Tina said...

Your fabric is beautiful. Keep on showing it off.

katelynjane said...

I Loooooove your new fabrics!! This bag is great! Where are you selling your fabrics?

tirane93 said...

we are absolutely as pumped about your fabric line as you are. keep 'em comin'!

Alia said...

I agree, we are as pumped about your fabric line!!! So any talk of fabrics...please continue. This bag is lovely...great taste!

Jess said...

Guys, you are so nice for letting me be enthusiastic all over the place and bearing with me!

Anonymous said...

jess- you need to see this website, i'm not sure if you have yet, it's my new fav---jacksonpollock.org---coo! emily matthews

Jess said...

Hi Emily! That's a cool site! Webbie-programmer people are amazing. How'd they do it?

Christinesew said...

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The Barber Bunch said...

Just surfin' by and stopped by for a visit.

Very Nice Blog!

Carolyn

Lab Monkey said...

I've been exploring some pattern-making projects and just blogged about your fabrics. I think it's fun how excited you are about your good work. You should definitely relish the moment. You worked hard for it, I'm sure!

Dandelion Factory said...

Your fabric is fabulous! That bag is a great use for it--really nice construction. I love your blog. Very funky, fun and inspirational! I am hoping to join the blogging world soon, but I have just opened an etsy shop (dandelionfactory.etsy.com). I can only handle one technical headache at a time. :-)

Husmusen said...

Gorgeous fabric!!

dawn said...

You can show your fabric as often as you want -- it's gorgeous!~

sukesgirl said...

I love that fabric, I wish the seller of the purses still had one for sale.

Jess said...

katelynjane, click the link in my sidebar. It's exclusive to jcaroline creative.

letter9 said...

I've been reading your blog in a blogreader so I'm actually glad you posted this one because I clicked through to leave a comment and discovered that the fabric I was about to gush about was YOURS. YAY! So now I followed the link to buy some for myself! : )

47cats said...

I love you fabric. I bought a yard of modern floral (?), not sure if that is the name and I don't sew! I love seeing what others have made with your fabric, so please share away!

coquet's cache said...

that fabric and Black bags together is fantastical. =)

Laurie said...

It's got to be so exciting seeing your fabric made into such amazing products. That would never get old. Congrats!

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