I coordinated Kona Limelight and Cobblestone for the lining to showcase these great fabrics from New Zealand.
There's not a lot to say about these fabrics -- they speak for themselves. I still have half a fat quarter of each one, so I'll have to decide what else I can make.
I'm linking up with the following:
Thank Goodness It's Finish Friday @ Celtic Thistle Stitches
Finish It Up Friday @ Crazy Mom Quilts
Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Finished or Not Friday @ Busy Hand Quilts
Needle and Thread Thursday @ My Quilt Infatuation
Pretty and practical....got to be happy with that.ReplyDelete
They look great!ReplyDelete
Very nice bags Anja, and the fabrics do speak for themselves.ReplyDelete
These are just wonderful bags! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.ReplyDelete
They are definitely stunning fabrics and perfect to use for these bags!ReplyDelete
Love the fabrics you used. Was hoping the first one was one you got in Halifax. I would have ordered some. 😂😂😂ReplyDelete
Wow, these are summery, vacationy, kiwi-ish bags! I've never tried this pattern, and I'm intriqued.ReplyDelete
What a great use for those special fabrics!!ReplyDelete
Hi, I live in New Zealand and recognize all of those fabrics. Did you come down here for a holiday?ReplyDelete
Lovely bags! Great use of the fabric!ReplyDelete
You have been so busy. What a lovely way to showcase your cute fabrics, I especially love the flip flops, wonderful.ReplyDelete
I NEED bags. I really do. For epp, for knitting, for everything. I need to get started, yours are greatReplyDelete
Cute, cute, cute, Anja!ReplyDelete
Hello. My wife's name is Anja!ReplyDelete
I love these very much. IF You do not care, I give here quilted handbags from Finland.
Quilted hand bags and toiletry bags
Have a wonderful day!
I really like these bags, such awesome prints on each one!ReplyDelete
These are so cute. I am fascinated to learn where you find the loop-around zippers. I do not think I have seen them in the shops, or are they simply normal zippers that have been cleverly reassembled?ReplyDelete
I need to make that pattern one of these days; the zipper fascinates me. Great flip flops print especially!ReplyDelete
Great bags, and you're right, the fabrics speak volumes! Thanks for linking up on behalf of the 2018 global Finish-A-Long hosts.ReplyDelete