Monday, January 23, 2012

Snappy Bag Addict...


I've been a Snappy Bag fanatic lately -- grabbing every scrap of fabric in sight and whipping it up into one of these adorable bags...


Making them is addictive.


I need therapy.


Still...there's something wonderful about a project that takes this side of 45 minutes to complete...


Just in case you missed it the first time around,
go here
for my Snappy Bag tutorial.


From the emails I've received I'm not alone in my obsession.
There are a number of Snappy Bag enthusiasts out there.
For an addict -- there's comfort in numbers.


Have a great day creating!

8 comments:

Sue said...

Your scraps of fabric are beautiful! I like the fabric pairings. So cheerful!

amynr said...

You are amazing for sharing this! My daughter and I have been making them too so she can learn how to sew! Beautiful and simply amazing!Thanks so much!!!!

Chris said...

:) lol You are so funny! Yes they are addictive and guess what?! I found another idea to make one a little bigger and give them a little "tuck" on each of the side seams at the bottom and it will stand up. SOOOO cute! I think I will try one...I'll let you know how it turns out, well maybe I shouldn't feed your addiction?! :) BTW, your bags are beautiful! What wonderful scraps you have!!

Julie Snow said...

Yes, I am trying to find my metal measuring tap that my son broke and I was so upset about! I bet I threw it away! Who knew it could turn into something so lovely?!?!? Please pray for me to find it :)

gail said...

Ohhh my! these are ALL so cute! I want to go snap my bag right now! It's addicting!
super job suzanne!
gail

The White Silk Purse (Dana) said...

Lucky me! I have a broken tape!

Kate said...

The fabric you've used is gorgeous!!!!! This is going to be my next project. Thanks for sharing.

Kate said...

I made your snappy bag this morning - your instructions were very good and I quite enjoyed myself. We usually give out gift cards for Christmas and I always make some kind of 'holder' for them .... I'll be using this snappy bag for those gift cards this year. Thanks for a great idea and a great tutorial. By the way, I really appreciated that your tutorial was printable.