Monday, October 14, 2019

Mini Liberty Tote


Thank you so much for all of you for welcoming me back so warmly. To be honest, it was extremely nerve wrecking to post something on the blog and instagram. It is just so wonderful to have time to enjoy sewing without feeling any guilt now.


As you can see I am still addicted to Dresden plate applique. At least this time I made a little difference by having two petals away, like "He loves me not" daisy. Most fabric I used for the Dresden plate is Liberty of London that I had bought in Japan. As much as I love Liberty of London, I can't afford a whole lot, so most Liberty of London I have is only a fat eighth or even smaller.


It felt great to be able to play with small scraps of Liberty. Goodness they are so pretty together. I've listed this mini tote in the shop.


Have a great rest of the week!

9 comments:

  1. It's lovely! I got a liberty scrap bag from purl soho once and have used the tiny pieces for covered buttons, collar trims, etc. - nice to see another idea for how to use them!

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  2. It's so cute. Liberty is gorgeous. I justify my Liberty 'scraps' and will buy a fat eighth instead of a coffee if I'm at or near the fabric shop. hehe

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  3. What a gorgeous little bag - and a cute little boy! Are you going to do a pattern for the bag? xx

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  4. I do love Liberty and keep even the tiniest scraps because they can make all the difference and turn a project into something special. x

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  5. So sweet to see little handsome pants Hayato. He has grown. Time goes so quickly.
    I have a few Liberty scraps too and use them carefully.
    This bag is beautiful, Ayumi

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  6. I saw your precious tote on instagram and absolutely love it! makes me want to pull out my liberty scraps...

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  7. Your sweet tote is so lovely - and fun! What a great take on the Dresden! Such a cute sense of humor! And your son....so very precious and he looks so happy!

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  8. Como siempre, precioso.
    Saludos desde España

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