Monday, January 23, 2012

It's In The Bag!

Good Monday to you all!

Someone's making progress on their bag for the Impossibilities Challenge...


Goin' with some beloved vintage strawberry fabric for the purse body... I cannot find the green lucite handles I wanted to use (I am sure I will find them 2 years from now in the bottom of a bin), so I am going to use these natural bamboo ones.


I've been enjoying sewing today, it's been a nice departure from painting and drilling holes in the wall in my daughter's bedroom (in makeover progress)!  Making the bag is easier than I thought it would be so far...we'll see though when I get to sewing the handles on.

Alrighty, back to work now...

Hope you have a great day, and also, a sincere thank you to my new followers for joining and for the ones who have been with me over the past year...you make blogging all worthwhile!

XO,
Stacey

P.S.  Check Out My Challenge Partners' Progress:


Join us all on Jan. 31st for a Blog Hop Impossibilities Challenge Link Party !!!

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24 comments:

Elyse said...

sounds good!

blogging is such a great way to track projects -- and keep them on track, too!

xo
elyse

Allyson said...

Love that fabric! Can't wait to see the finished product!

Allyson
http://cupcakescandycanes.blogspot.com

michele said...

the fabric is adorable--you go!

michele

Vintage Market Place said...

sounds like you are having fun.
Can't wait to see it all finished.
LOL, it is so true, when you need or want something it is no where to be found. Then all of the sudden it appears over and over again when you have already finished your project and settled for what you could find.
Amy

{northern cottage} said...

Oh what a tease!! Can't wait to see all the end results!

Kinky now open! So glad we found each other over the last couple weeks!

Www.northerncottage.net

Cozy Little House said...

You go, girl! You can do it!
Brenda

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

So happy to see that you are feeling so much better ... and that serious progress has been made!

I'll be cracking open the paint cans tomorrow ...

xo
Linda
itallstartedwithpaint@gmail.com

Brianna Willis said...

I think the bamboo handles are going to look great. However here is a site if you are dead set on green. They aren't lucite but acrylic.

http://www.tallpoppycraft.com/catalog/index.php?cPath=58_57

STILL in love with the fabric.

My Vintage Mending said...

I do love that sweet strawberry fabric. So glad you got a chance to sit and sew. It looks charming...smiles...Renee

Claudia said...

Can't wait to see more! Love the fabric. You can do it!

xo
Claudia

Bristol said...

Love that pin cushion~~
Bristol

thistlewoodfarm said...

Your fabric for the bag is perfect!
Great progress (unlike some here in your blogging support group LOL)!

blessings,
karianne

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

I love that fabric! Glad you're feeling better and enjoying the sewing. I hope it stays easy for you!!

Dana @ Cooking At Cafe D said...

Ooh, that strawberry fabric is darling! We used vintage tablecloths for our wedding reception. I need to reuse them somehow...maybe a patchwork quilt?

And, I'm with you on misplacing the green lucite handles. Totally can't find the in-progress shots of the *faux tile* paint job for our Jimmy John's kitchen design. (We was so careful to document the progress, then *poof!* Gone.) The search continues...

Sherry said...

I can't wait to see this, also I think the bamboo handles are going to look great. Have fun

A Cozy Cottage in the City said...

Hi Stacey!

Looks like you have been busy! I know your purse will turn out GREAT!!! Can't wait to see it when it's completed! :)


XOXO's,
Jessie

blackheartbetty said...

It is going to be cute as pie! =) Love Strawberries!

Everlasting Blooms said...

You will have to show us how it turns out! Love the vintage fabric you chose :)

Pamela Bates of Mercantile Muse said...

it's going to be SO sweet

birdie blue said...

you go, girl. love the vintage strawberry fabric, can't wait to see the finished product.

xo
molly

Teresa said...

The fabric is beautiful....but I'm obsessed with the pincushion! Cutest thing ever. Makes me want to take up sewing!

Jen Gilday said...

Just posted my impossible challenge on my blog (to be finished up in the next few days for your link party on the 31st!)

Here is the link if you want to check out phase 1:
http://athomeinthenorthwestblog.com/2012/01/an-impossible-challenge-the-pantry.html

Jen

Jen Gilday said...

Finished the impossible challenge!

Here is the link:
http://athomeinthenorthwestblog.com/2012/01/pantry-before-and-after.html

Jen

MILA25 said...

Lovely material. I wonder what will be the end result?
Hugs Mili