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The Pendleton Weekender

Added Jun 4, 2013

by stephanieu

Denver, Colorado...






I used a small remnant of Pendleton wool and cow leather to construct an Amy Butler Weekender bag. It’s one of my favorite patterns though this particular version was a beast to complete.

You can read more here: makes the things

Material Notes

pendleton wool, cow leather




Garment Type

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    Sep 15, 2013, 12.38 AMby ink

    Holy Moses that is fabulous!

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    Jun 5, 2013, 09.13 AMby kihli

    Love that bag! The fabric combination is great, and the whole bag looks so perfectly well made (and expensive, too)!

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    Jun 4, 2013, 11.04 PMby lorenna

    This is totally fantastic! Thanks for sharing! I love the combination of the leather and wool!

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    Jun 4, 2013, 03.11 PMby Innamc

    Wow, beautiful bag, very good job!!!!

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    Jun 4, 2013, 12.57 PMby PinupGal

    Amazing! I would buy it if I saw it in a store.

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    Jun 4, 2013, 11.48 AMby kisses

    Fab bag and it is so neatly made

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    Jun 4, 2013, 07.17 AMby Tara Sikana

    Wow. it looks better than the Amy Butler’s version… I dream of the day I’ll be able to sew something like that!

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      Jun 4, 2013, 05.59 PMby stephanieu

      Thank-you! I’ve made a couple with home dec fabric as well. The options are endless with this pattern! It’s really fun to play around with and makes great gifts for people you REALLY love.

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    Jun 4, 2013, 07.15 AMby toupinette

    waou! what a great bag!!!!

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    Jun 4, 2013, 05.24 AMby Mary Athey

    the bags stunning and so well made. your blogs a good interesting read as well. i’m in awe of anyone making something so fabulous. the fabric and leather you choose go to.gether perfectly. I love your machine, is it a semi industrial one? or does it come with its own table?! I have a few heavy duty machines frin the 50/60,’ s. i love latest is the neechi 544 and shes a beauty and will power through anything x

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      Jun 4, 2013, 05.58 PMby stephanieu

      Thank-you so much! It’s an industrial drop-feed walking foot. It’s a really fun machine. So much potential!

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