Saturday, 28 March 2009

Love Amy Butler ......................

Don't you just love Amy Butler, if you looked at my stash you would see just how much I did!

It was a friend's birthday last week and I thought what will I make? I knew she would love Amy Butler - right! So I made her this bag and I think she liked it.



It is made from theSwing Pattern by Amy Butler, although I didn't use the sash bow that she has tied onto hers in the photo. I used this lovely Amy Butler fabric called Lotus Lacework and the inside is Lotus Pink Wallflower fabric, did I mention that this bag is totally reversible too! I really like this fabric and also the pattern, I think I will be making more for gifts.



As last week was Mothers Day I made my Mum a little family souvenir. It is a music cd tin that had a hole drilled in the top. Inside, instead of cd's, I cut circular pieces of card the same size as the cd's and on each page there was a photograph or a cute little family saying. I was lucky enough to make this on a Scrapbooking Day with my local scrapbooking crop 'Scrap Angels' which was held to raise money for Abanna a very worthwhile cause and it was also a great excuse to scrap all day.






I have some other projects in hand but more about those later in the week.

7 comments:

Margie said...

Hi Stepanie. I love the bag you made and I am now converted to Amy Butler fabric and designs(glad to see your sewing machine is still in working order). The gift for your mum was unique, I liked the sentiments. Hope you are keeping well. hugs Margie.

Margie said...

Sorry Stephanie, I saw the typing error no 'h'in your name when it was posted it. hugs Margie.

The Faerie Queen said...

Lovely bag and such a beautiful idea for your mother. Hope she liked it. Cant wait to see what other projects you have in mind. xxx

Vintage Amethyst said...

Hi
Thanks for popping by and joining in on the giveaway!
Oh my I just love love love that bag!
Have a lovely weekend
love
Alison
x

Margie said...

Stephanie, Happy Easter to you and yours. I hope the Easter bunny is good to you. hugs Margie.

Bev said...

what a lovely bag, I have just bought this pattern, what was it like to sew, as im just a beginner i was wondering if its a bit daunting, and yes i have to agree about Amy Butler, i just wish we had a shop that stocked her fabrics as i ahte waiting for things to arrive by post

Primrose Corner said...

Lovely swing bag - I love that Lacework patterned fabric too. I hadn't realised the pattern was reversible... silly me:)