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04/06/2014

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Amy at love made my home

What a beautiful bag!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You did an amazing job on this and I love the touch of the ladybird button, very cute indeed. I hope that you have fun finishing up your other 19 projects and I look forward to seeing them, especially if they are anywhere near as lovely as this one is! xx

Lisa

Sweet Amy, thank you so much! This bag makes me want to make all of Fig Tree's patterns. *hugs* :)

Angela

Love the ladybug on a blossom on the strawberry bag!!! Fantastic work!

Lisa

Thank you so much, Angela! I think the ladybug button that Emma chose is perfect! :)

Clare

Aww this is super cute, as is the little ladybug.
Clare x

Gillian

That is the cutest thing I have ever seen. My daughter, who is seven, is mad about handbags at the moment, she fills them with all sorts and carries them everywhere. She'd go crazy for this! Beautiful job. x

Lisa

Thank you, Clare! :) This was a really fun project to make.

Lisa

Aw, thank you, Gillian! Our girls sound like they have something in common. Isn't it the cutest to see what little treasures they like to fill their bags up with? :)

Zauberflink

Ohhh, this is sooo lovely! I like everything about it - the quilting, the leaves, the lining, the flower and little lady bug. My little girl would love a bag like this, we are all huge strawberry fans around here and cant't wait for the to ripen :-) I'll try to make one too! Thanks for sharing!

Lisa

Zauberflink, I am so glad you like it! It was a really fun project. You will love the pattern. I cannot wait for the strawberries to ripen either! I am wanting to get out my mason jars and make up some preserves. :)

Lucy

Oh I hope I have a little girl one day so I can do something like this! Very sweet. How are you finding the quilting? I'm planning on machine quilting some cushion covers and table runners when I move to Omaha - starting small. At the moment I send everything away to be quilted on a long arm.

Emily

What a darling bag!!! You did an amazing job, and the ladybug...simply perfect! Your quilting looks great too!

Lisa

Oh, Lucy, I hope you have a little girl one day, too! What a cutie she will be! The quilting is going well. I am so glad that I started with a small project like this one. Next up is to try a quilt. A long arm machine would be a dream to own, yes? :)

Lisa

Thank you, Emily! I wish I could get away with carrying one at 43 years of age. ;)

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