Added Nov 29, 2009
I wanted to make enough bags for the student sale benefitting the OCAC (Oregon College of Art and Craft). Inspired by the simplicity of the bags one of my favorite bloggers verypurpleperson made for a sale in Tokyo, Japan, i decided this would be a great project to complete in time for the sale. I made a total of 14 bags in a real production-style manner.
Pattern: my own version based on the Charlie Bag from Burdastyle.
The bag is completely lined in natural cotton and sports an inside pocket with compartments for cellphone, pen and purse. It’s great for grocery shopping but i found it works really well just used as purse.
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