Thursday, August 25, 2016

TGIFF - Finished Sew Together Bag

Welcome to Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday being hosted here on the East Coast of Canada.

If you are new to my blog, thanks for visiting.  If you're a faithful follower, thanks for stopping by again and showing your support.

Two weeks ago, I finally made a start on my Sew Together Bag (here).  You can purchase the pattern from Sew Demented here.  It's a great pattern, but I don't think I would have finished it without following the tutorial over at The Quilt Barn.  The tutorial works in conjunction with the pattern and has detailed instructions and lots of photos.

Ta da!


The inside.


The pocket lining.


The side panels.


I haven't used it yet because I don't know what to put in it.  ha ha ha  I already have more fabric and zippers pulled to make another one.  Sure hope these aren't addictive.......



Now it's time for your finishes.  Link up your blog post showing off your finished project using the linkup below.  Don't forget to visit a few blogs to spread some quilty love and encouragement.  Please include a link and/or the TGIFF button in your blog post so your followers can also view all the great finishes.




Linking up with:

Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Finished or Not Friday @ Busy Hand Quilts 







22 comments:

  1. It looks absolutely fabulous, Anja! It's very you with the orange. :) Awesome finish!

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  2. It's gorgeous Anja! I just love the fabrics you chose and you did an amazing job putting it together. I've been eyeing that pattern for months, but have yet to gather the courage to purchase it and make one!

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  3. Lovely bag, it looks complicated from here so well done you!

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  4. Oh I do like it, lovely fabrics, your favourite colour of course. It looks very useful with all those compartments. Great job Anja.
    Smiles
    Kate

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  5. Congrats! It turned out so lovely. I keep thinking I'll make one for sewing, one for pencils and one for hair clips - have printed out the pattern so its a start!

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  6. Beautiful bag! I have not tackled one of those yet, but it is on my list :)

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  7. This is so cute! I finished my first STB this week too, and I'm with you--without that Quilt Barn SAL, it would've been a much tougher finish.

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  8. That's some bag . It looks great and a real achievement . Well done

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  9. LOL addictive...if they do to you what the drawstring bags did, then yup. I see more in your future. LOVE those oranges and that binding is terrific.

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  10. I've always wanted to make one of these! Yours is amazing! I made the Bionic Gear Bag once. It turned out great, but the instructions were really not great! Can't wait to see your next one!

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  11. Great finish! Making a few of these has been on my list forever. Thanks for sharing yours and for hosting!

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  12. This is a neat little bag and I absolutely love the fabrics you used. I can't quite wrap my head around how in the world that thing would go together. Maybe instead of just trying to follow instructions, I need to actually take a bag making class with a real live person.

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  13. Wow that looks pretty complicated Anja. it's beautiful.

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  14. It came out just wonderful! Oh me, oh my, I don't have any finishes this week! Great job hosting TGIFF!

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  15. Great finish! thanks for hosting!

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  16. This is lovely! I love the sew together bag, and your fabric choices are right on! What a fun finish!

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  17. Your STBag turned out perfectly! Can't wait to get a real life look. You will soon find that you have it stuffed to the gills! Mine sure is. A few of us were talking yesterday at Sew-In about making another one, now that the pain has worn off from making the first one!

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  18. Loving the bag, especially your fabric/colour choices.

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  19. Such a pretty colour combination!! Well done :)

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  20. I hate to tell you this, but they ARE addictive!
    I am a big fan of orange, but I particularly like your outside and binding fabric choices.

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