Added Jun 29, 2009
I was offered by several nice ladies to join them in a local market day held in my area and decided to make reversible Charlie bags for this occasion because (1) they’re quick and easy to make, (2) they’re more versatile than clothes, and (3) they give me the chance to use IKEA those fabrics I’ve been wanting to use but never found the right thing to make. So I made bags. Not one or two or ten, but thirty-three reversible bags.
The sales were pretty good, two bags and two pouches were sold even before the market opened. Since I still have a few bags lying around, I decided to sell them online.
I’ve also made a giveaway to get this bag for free! Checked here.
IKEA fabrics: 100% cotton, thread
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