Added Jan 21, 2012
I made this bag in spring 2011 using the Nanette tote pattern by artsy-crafty babe. I’ve been carrying it around ever since. It’s a great size to log around a couple of books or a little grocery shopping. It’s sturdy enough for heavy duty.
The Echino print is so darn cute and cheerful that I couldn’t put the bag away come autumn. What’s more uplifting when the skies are grey than a pop of colour? And it goes so well with my green umbrella ;)
Echino print, two more green cottons, thread, interfacing
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