Monday, February 25, 2008

Reversible Bag for Charity

I’ve been thinking about my post last Friday declining the award I was given. While I sincerely appreciate your inclusion of me, my new blogging rule is that I won’t accept awards associated with tagging as it makes me too uncomfortable.



Kelli has a big charity fundraiser coming up. My contribution is a reversible bag.



I used the Flea Market Bag pattern I purchased from Grand Revival Design. The two fabrics were purchased at Jo-Ann’s.



Since the bag is reversible, I made a covered button for each side.



I hope the bag helps bring in a little money for the charity.

25 comments:

ellen said...

What a lovely bag. I truly like the fabric you used. I am especially fond of pink and green together! This bag reminds me that Spring is coming.

African Kelli said...

I have to have this! I am going to bid, bid, bid. Thank you so much June!!

Miss Sassy said...

What a great bag. I've been wondering about that pattern - is it easy? You did a wonderful job.

Vonna said...

What a cute, cute, CUTE bag! So nicely wrought too! :)

Yummers! said...

The fabric is lovely as is the bag. You are so kind, sweet, and giving. You are a blessing in my life... and in the lives of many others.
Hugs,
Joni

Thimbleanna said...

That bag is adorable June. Hey, for those of us who want to join you, can we borrow your little (too cute, I might add)sidebar tag?

Rosie's Whimsy said...

It's gorgeous June. It should be a big hit :-) Rosie

de vliegende koe said...

Hi Junie, I love the bag. I hope it will raise a lot a money! You are someone special!
Your non tag-awards logo is cute!

twinkle said...

I like reversible things. That bag looks like a hit!

Storybook Woods said...

Great bag, your so sweet xoxoxox Clarice

calamity kim said...

thank heavens,finally a button for no tagging! I approve! I am gonna put one upon mine! I like this pattern- I bet it will be a hit!

The Wooden Spool said...

What a cherry bag....lovely! Will certainly get lots of compliments whomever shoulder it rides on!
I have to heartily agree with the "tag" games.....very annoying, and we all love compliments, but I don't think that is a good way to compliment a friend....more like a burden....I was tagged again and was contemplating all weekend about responding and just can't find the "time" to do it. sorry~ So thanks for the thoughts on that one, Junie. Happy spring thoughts!

Anonymous said...

Very cool you did a great job and I'm sure it will bring in some money for charity. Vpage thepages@charter.net

Pat said...

Your reversible bag is very pretty, June! I'm sure it will reoeive a lot of bids for the charity event!

homespun living said...

What a beautiful bag; you do gorgeous work, June! I'm sure it will be much in demand.

Deb

Jane said...

Lovely bag!

Red Geranium Cottage said...

I love that bag!!! I've had that pattern and now I've got to make me one. Yours is very cute.

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Oh the bag is such a great idea and I love those fabrics.
I have the pattern but haven't made it yet. Is it easy?

Randi said...

What a great bag! The pattern is just so cute!

a pink-bee said...

A beautiful bag ! You do the neatest projects :) Can't wait to see what you make with your new fabric :)

crystal
oxox

Dee Light said...

Love the bag!

You have alovely blog. So many wonderful creations.

Kristi said...

What is this charity? I've made an apron and haven't quite figured out what to do with it yet. I'd love to have it raise money for a charity.

I really love this bag you made!

albertapostcards said...

I love bags -- well bags and clutches both. So no wonder I gravitated to both these posts about the coupon holder you made (excellent!) and this great reversible one. Reversible! now there's versatility. You're amazing how you just 'whip' these things up. You always inspire me so much. Lovely items all.

Diane

happy zombie said...

What a darling bag and I love your fabric choices!

I wrestle with tagging too. It's the whole leaving someone out thing.

mug said...

NIce bag....I was wondering how you finished the seams on the opposite side? I am making reversible bags...and haven't found a solid solution to that yet....? Thanks!