This is something I made a while ago, but never blogged. This is a gift I made for my mother, a little zip bag. It’s actually part of a set I made. There is also a coin purse and a larger tote. But I was sewing these up the week before Christmas and had no time for a photo session.
I used the Perfect Zip Bag pattern by Elizabeth Hartman of Oh Fransson! It’s great pattern that I’ve used before with great results. I colour-blocked this version, using black chambray and a Japanese-inspired print that I picked up as a fat quarter at a nearby quilt shop.
Fabric: Black chambray, unknown wave print. The lining is Argyle in Steel from the Remix Collection by Anne Kelle for Robert Kaufman. The interlining is canvas.
Size: Small (View A)
Sewing Level: Beginner.
Modifications: I colour-blocked the exterior.
Results: Great. I would strongly recommend this pattern and would make it again.
Shannon is a Canadian sewing, quilting and stitching blogger living in Montreal. Also mother of four.
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