purse last year, I began to really love adding handmade goodies to my travel. When Megan and I decided to do Travel Handmade this summer, I wrote myself a long "hope to sew list" of bags to take along with me to Sewing Summit. I am happy to report that almost every item got finished! Don't worry, some were past projects, they weren't all sewn in the last few months! The only non-handmade bag traveling with me is my suitcase (I'm not THAT crazy!)!
Here it is all together! It didn't seem like much until it was all in one photo. I guess all that nervous energy had to go somewhere, hehe :)
tutorial on my blog), Simplicity 2274 Duffel Bag & Luggage Tag (review on my blog), Jane Market Tote (pattern).
tutorial), Orla placemat bag (tutorial), Flat iron case (tutorial), Make-up roll (pattern), Small zipper pouch for hair ties, medicine, etc.
tutorial), iPad case (tutorial), Mendocino drawstring pouch for headphones (made by Jess!).
Jessica!), Tiny scissor cover.
Yahaira!), Mini Shopper and business card pouch (made by Terri!), Fabric Envelope for documents (tutorial on my blog), Patchwork Coffee Cozy (guest tutorial on Skip to my Lou).
Hopefully I'll be able to squeeze in one more post before I leave on Thursday for Sewing Summit, but if not, I'll see you all next week! :)