I gave myself a large project of making all the Eevee evolutions into bags. It was along process from designing each one in embroidery software to stitching them out and assembling them. It also took a while to track down all the proper colors for the materials and the hardware. I am glad to say I think these turned out fabulous!
Green Baby Alien Purse
This is the cutest purse I’ve made yet!
Purse pattern drafted by me and embroidery design by Spunky Stitches.
Pennywise Purse and Keychain
I am seeing IT Chapter 2 tonight and HAD to make a matching bag.
Embroidery designs by Off With Their Threads, modified by me.
Star Wars Porg Crossbody Bag
Captain Marvel Crossbody Bag
I made this glittery Captain Marvel crossbody bag with an adorable Goose zipper pull. It’s big enough to fit my phone, small wallet, and keys. The embroidery file is from String Theory Fabric Art.
Deadpool Crossbody Bag
I made this super cute Deadpool crossbody bag. It’s just big enough to fit my phone, small wallet, and keys. The embroidery file is from Off With Their Threads.
Wonder Woman Travel Bags
Lucky Cat Travel Bag Set
I absolutely adore this lucky cat fabric! I bought it from spoonflower and it is designed by emandaprout (buy it here)
Whale Makeup Bag
I’ve challenged myself to try to make at least one thing a day
Retro Makeup Bag
Super cute retro travel makeup bag
Tote Bag with Matching Wallet
Last Christmas I made my mom a tote bag and now for mother’s day I made her a matching coupon wallet. The wallet was not that easy to make!
Darth Vader Sugar Skull Makeup Bag
I finally got my hands on this fabric (even though it’s only half a yard..) and made this gift for a friend. I plan to make more and different kinds of makeup/travel bags! (Just need to find more of this fabric XD)
Batman tote bag
I had to take a gym class and a needed a tote bag to carry a change of clothes, water bottle, and my essentials (phone, wallet, keys). Instead of buying one, I took an old Batman hoodie I had and made it into a tote bag.
I found this awesome homespun yellow plaid fabric at Joann Fabrics for the inside lining that matched perfectly. I took apart the hoodie with a seam ripper and drew my pattern right onto it. Since sweatshirt fabric stretches, I attached a stiff interfacing to it. I used left over pieces of the hoodie to make pockets on the lining and added a welt pocket.