Through the microscope

A bag for my sister

Here’s a bag I’m making for my sister. I adore this fabric by Michael Miller.
The pattern is called “genevieve” I bought it on craftsy from Chris W.

An awful lot of cutting out but I think its worth the trouble.i just need to line it and fix the handle and it’s done.



Comments on: "A bag for my sister" (5)

  1. That’s a nice bag. I really like it and I’m sure you sister will too. Cute print — it even has an old sewing machine in it. So I have to ask… did you use the old hand-cranked machine to make the bag? 🙂


  2. Absolutely fantastic! I love the colour inside the bag and am amazed at the comic strip fabric. Love it!


  3. Thanks for following sciencesprings. I appreciate it very much.


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