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16 Responses

  1. Cathy says:

    Awww…that is a very sweet bag! Hope your daughter got many nice compliments~!

    I live in Ohio also, and YES…the trees in bloom are amazing!!!

  2. Jeanne M. Wallace says:

    This wee Bag is cute and appears easy to make, thanks for sending it to me, I will go to my stash to see what I have,,gee I know I have enough, you take care HUGS and Cheers xox

  3. I live in California, and I’d like my weather back, please! I think Mother Nature is having a little dementia and got lost!

    My favorite bag pattern is the Sonoma Swing Bag from Pink Chalk Studios… Fast & Easy – I’ve made dozens of them! They’re perfect for people your daughter’s size! It uses a fat quarter for the inside, and about 5 – 2.5 inch strips for the outer and handle – and has the best ever instructions for inserting a zipper – I was really impressed!

    I love the bag you made! I may have to do something similar for my little Darling!

  4. sarah says:

    greetings from a fellow ohioan(northeast)…i agree as to the weather…what a pleasant change…

    you have a beautiful daughter…reminds me of our oldest granddaughter..a budding fashionista!

    thanks you for sharing your crafting talents…

  5. Heather says:

    That bag is just adorable and I love the fabric choices. Perfect for such a beautiful girl.

  6. Judith1005 says:

    Chloe is looking pretty chic. Way to go mom. I’m sure they’re are going to be the must have for birthday presents this year.

  7. Lisa C says:

    I had to laugh because my poor mother who thinks shoes are just a necessity had a daughter (me) who never met a pair of shoes she didn’t like! Your description of merging your tastes for the fabric was priceless! Way to go Mom!

  8. Tiara says:

    She is getting oh so grown up

  9. GeeGee says:

    Chloe is beautiful! The bag is adorable, they go well together! Good job, mom!!

  10. Chris says:

    Way to go Chloe! The big button was a great choice. I can highly recommend any of Anna’s Noodlehead patterns. I’ve made a couple of her bags, and she has some great styles and sizes.

  11. The bag is really cute, and so is Chloe!

  12. Lisa says:

    Your mystery tree looks to me like a flowering plum. As far as I know it is only ornamental, and oh so lovely! Love the cute bag!

  13. Sadie says:

    What a great little bag 🙂 It’s the same here too, busy enjoying the warmer weather 🙂 Hope it lasts!

  14. Kimberly says:

    Very sweet! And Keyka Lou’s patterns are fantastic! I’ve made several and never had a problem!


  15. Susan says:

    Love the bag, love the tree.

  16. Ryan says:

    Hey! You forgot my redwood tree:(