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Thursday, February 11, 2010

First Bagalicious Club Bag Complete

Bags are so fun and functional too! Depending on what you need to haul along with you, you may need a super huge tote bag like this one, a generously sized tote bag like one of these, or a kicky little over-the-shoulder bag like the one I finished just yesterday. It's the first in the Bagalicious Club series from Quilt Fabric Delights. I just love how it turned out. Take a look...


Authentic Bag from Bagalicious ClubThis cute little 10x10 inch bag is made using Authentic by Sweetwater for Moda Fabrics.


Authentic Bag from Bagalicious ClubDon't you love the detail of the ruffled edge on the pocket?


Authentic Bag from Bagalicious ClubAnd those delicious polka dots? YUM!


Authentic Bag from Bagalicious ClubI had to make sure the word fabric pocket lining faced the right way so it could be read when peeking into the pockets!


Authentic Bag from Bagalicious ClubThis was a fun bag to make and the fabric is just lovely to work with. I had thought about adding a magnetic snap to the top of the inside lining before sewing up the top edge, but in my excitement to see the bag finished, I forgot to do it. Now I'm not so sure I want it anyway. I suppose I could unstitch the facing around the inside and snip the basting stitches holding the top edges together then slip the two pieces of the snap in and sew it all back up again. What would you do? Snap or no snap? I'm still deciding. But for now, it's finished and I love it! My next Bagalicious Club shipment won't be for another 5 weeks or so, just long enough to get me excited about the next surprise!

Happy Stitching!


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6 Comments:

  • What a nice looking bag. I like the style and the combination of fabrics used. Very classy.

    By Blogger Julie, At February 11, 2010 at 10:50 PM  

  • Love the bag! How about a cute button on the front with a tab closure. That way there is no "unsewing"

    By Blogger Rumi, At February 12, 2010 at 8:04 AM  

  • Very nice work! But I can´t find the pattern and instructiones to follow ... I´m sorry, I´m new at Hooked on Needles ... Is it possible to get it? I´m starting learning how to sew! Many thanks and greetings from Gabriela, Buenos Aires, Argentina

    By Blogger Ga, At February 12, 2010 at 3:17 PM  

  • Hello Gabriela, thanks for stopping in! This bag was the first in the Bagalicious Club series. You need to sign up for the club in order to receive the pattern and fabric kit. There is a link above in the post or you can click on the button on my sidebar to get to the information about the club if you are interested in signing up.

    But there are loads of free patterns out there on the internet that you can use, or design your own.

    Hope this helps!

    MGM

    By Blogger Mary Grace McNamara, At February 12, 2010 at 4:50 PM  

  • That is a very pretty bag MG! Love the ruffles! 8-)

    By Blogger Myra, At February 13, 2010 at 12:37 AM  

  • Great work Mary Grace. It is lovely seeing so many finished Bagalicious bags.

    By Anonymous Sarah, At March 12, 2010 at 2:46 AM  

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