This bag is just big enough for my wallet and 'must haves', with an extra long shoulder strap that I can wear diagonally. It's made of red cotton with a silver strand running throughout.
It is perfect for Christmas shopping!
The orange cotton duffle is larger than it seems - great size for overnight traveling.
My first attempt at felted wool for a bag...
using scraps from another project gives it the distinctive striped pattern.
A denim cotton hobo bag, lined to keep small items from finding their way to the ground. My favorite carryon bag when traveling because it holds my purse and all my extras.
I loved the hobo bag style so much, I had to make another one with one strap isntead of two. This one is in super soft suede yarn, and is also lined in green fabric to match the accents.
Having a bit of green sude yarn leftover, I made this pouch style bag. It's a bit larger than the red bag above, large enough for my wallet and the few small items I want to pick up at the craft fair, without being big or bulky like the hobo bags.
The lacey pattern of the top half of this bag actually stretches to enormous size to allow for carrying of odd shaped items. The pattern calls it a shopping bag, but in lime green cotton, I call it perfect.
In Arizona, everyone needs extra sun protection. I like this simple cotton hat in conjuntion with my mineral sunblock from Bare Escentuals. I also had to try the great handles I found at the craft store. The tote is open at the top, but lined inside... and the handles mean I can load it up without worry of stretching the cotton. Where's the beach?
... and you can never mind these added photos, it's just a handy place to store and share them!