I was inspired by the 40′s and 50′s to create this bag, which I call “Ava”.
It’s an elegant trapeze bag with a vintage classic feel.
My friend Camille is wearing the bag in the pics.
This is a variation on a bag pattern I created for Sacotin. The variation only changes the design slightly (the yoke is curved at the bottom on the original pattern) but makes the bag easier to sew…
Thank you !
Small, it’s a vintage toy :)
You can check pics of this machine on my blog, there is one where yo…
It’s originally pink, it’s a vintage toy sewing machine and it works ! Although I wouldn’t really…
Thanks, I played around with fabrics until I liked the combination :)
I used a bag pattern that I created for Sacotin : “Annie” which is a small bag (10" by 10") with a contrasting yoke and a recessed zipper.
I really wanted to use the Ghastly family print with it…
I’ve used a bag pattern that I created for Sacotin. “Candy” which is a round summer bag with 4 pockets on the front that create rays.
I wanted to use this great print by Alexander Henry and I th…
Thanks Mary, It’s been a stressful and wonderful ride so far :)
This is a summer pattern I’ve designed for Sacotin (the French bag patterns line I’ve just launch).
I was inspired by the sun and its rays to create this round shaped bag with a radiating effect…
Ahah ! To help you climb it, I’ve done a tutorial for the pleats : http://www.couturestuff.com/tu…
I totally agree !
I hope they will reprint it some day !
Very cute and great job adapting the pattern for a child. I love the pleating.
The quality in co…
Very nice fit ! I love the overall look !
Ahahah ! I love your pics ! :D
You made me want to sew a ST dress for myself !
Very cute, I love the topstitching details on the cap sleeves.
A Meringue skirt from Colette Patterns.
I did no design or fit alteration whatsoever, sewing a straight size 8.
But I did add an interlining (black crepe) to give my fabric more body.
Thanks a lot for your comments ! :)
I forgot to mention that If anyone is interested in the patt…
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