Thursday, September 10, 2009

"Turquoise Tantrum"

Today I fashioned another Hang Up with the new pattern that I first tried the other day. This Hang Up will be for sale in my Etsy by the end of the day. I christened her "Turquoise Tantrum" because of the swirlish, girlish fabric she's constructed from. Not that tantrums are girlish, mind you. No, I'd never admit say that...

This tote is constructed of fabric from Amy Butler's line, called Daisy Chain. I do love the colors and design of this line. I don't know Amy Butler's IQ, but I'm thinking she's a genius. Her fabrics are simply fantabulous. They can make anything look good.

Goodness, I've lost my heart to this one, but I have to be strong. I just have to keep reminding myself that sometimes adoption is the best policy...

This bag has these delightful features ... two inside pockets, a magnetic closure, fully lined with double interfacing for extra support, two 22" reinforced fabric straps, the cutest little pleats you could ever meet and two big, beautiful, voluptuous buttons. This Hang Up measures approximately 14" x 12" -- she's "purse" size.

Drizzle a little chocolate on top and I could eat this baby...


10 comments:

Pudgeduck said...

Blue is cool! How many do you keep for yourself? Do you have a favorite?

Quilt Hollow said...

Now you know I'm loving this one too!!

Marci said...

I love love love this one. And I love the new design. I still use my tote everyday, thanks again.

MiaKatia said...

Love the name! I love the button too, makes a great point, kind of like a period at the bottom of an exclamation point!

Jan said...

Gorgeous! Love the look of this one.

Shannon said...

this is one of my all time favorites! wow!

Shawn said...

Oh----you are sooooo talented! I love this bag---the color, the buttons----so chic!

Kristine said...

Very cute! I love the pleats, it almost looks like a skirt!

Lisa said...

Love it! I actually bought that very same fabric last weekend. Great minds think alike. :)

EJ180 said...

I love this bag. Is it one of your own patterns?