April 2019 Eye Candy



ALL of the bags pictured below were created using our patterns & either shared on our FaceBook Group page , mailed to us directly or posted on Instagram! But here’s the deal… the bags we showed you here last month were pretty incredible but I can’t wait to show you THIS month’s Eye Candy!
So let’s get started, shall we?

Here’s my favorite “Eye Candy” for the month of April 2019!

Kim Mills said that this probably is the most challenging bag she’s ever sewn but that she’s REALLY happy with how her Sling Along turned out! (The model in these pictures is her daughter who by the way is an excellent model!)
And here’s Celia Ann Oliver‘s latest Bellagio Bag. This time she used her usual tweed and also cork for the flap with the usual LOVELY result!


Therese Weyland created this fun Sling Along for her granddaughter who lives in Alaska and loves wolves.

Bunnie Cleland stopped by my booth at the MAQF specifically to show me this spectacularly pieced HipBag Hybrid. I tried to photograph this beauty but I’m afraid these pictures really don’t do justice. It was THAT good!
Gail Kelly said that she luv, luv, LUVS this Sling Along design! She used Michael Miller fabric for this sample which required a good deal of fussy-cutting & that she was especially pleased with how her strap looks and actually that’s MY favorite part as well!

And here’s Sandra Doty‘s color-coordinated
Everyday Attache
. Sandra brightened my day by stopping by our booth at the MAQF to show us this beauty!
And here’s Karen Pennington‘s 1st Flaptastic bag! I like the fabrications Karen chose for her bag. It’s the perfect combination of neutral yet compelling!
Delores McCann posted this picture of her totally YUMMY Walkabout Wallet on our FaceBook Pattern Group page with very little explanation but I absolutely fell in love with it! It looks like a wallet you’d find in a department store, no?
And isn’t this monogram to die for? Mona Ward shared this picture of her Sling Along recently on our FaceBook Pattern Group page and it created quite a sensation! And no wonder! It’s beautifully constructed and the embroidery is impeccable!
And finally,  I flipped over this beachtime Go-Go Compact when Angelia Loggie proudly showed it to me in Hampton at the MAQF.

So there you have it!

These are the bags I thought best qualified as “Eye Candy” for the month of April 2019. I hope you enjoyed seeing them as much as I did and if you’d like to join our new FaceBook group page to see these types of posts and SO much more, just click HERE. And remember, we love reading your comments and answering your questions too, so please feel free to leave either or both in the space provided below.

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