Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Small Batik Fabric Knit Bag

The batik fabric yarn that I had leftover from knitting my Rose MacClare Bag, I used to knit this small shoulder bag. I lined this bag and added 2 interior pockets. I also quilted the lining to headliner foam to give the bag more body.
Knit out of batik  fabric scraps. I knit an i-cord handle.
I added the double-stacked button as decoration (it doesn't button), but I am not really sure if I like the button on it or not? Perhaps it's the colors? The size? Does it do anything for you? I may end up taking the buttons off  later.
The lining with pockets. I hand stitched the lining to the bag, but I quilted the lining first to headliner foam. It gives the bag a nice feel.
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10 comments:

  1. That's another very cute bag. I like the buttons the way they are. Using headliner foam is brilliant. I never thought of that.

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  2. You did it again!!!! I love this bag! Original and there is no other bag like this in the world !
    Thanks for the inspiration!!!!

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  3. Cute bag.... Good idea with the lining.... :-)

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  4. I love your bag and think the button looks perfect on it. It matches perfectly with your bag.

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  5. Very clever bag and the stacked buttons are just right. Very clever of you to quilt the lining to headliner foam. Batik Knitted Bliss Dear...

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  6. Hi Daryl:) Thank you for stopping by today. I was laughing at your comment with the endless possibilities of the flower. It's funny cause I was thinking about you when I was trying to decide whether to use Stampin' Up! fabric or felt for the flowers and thought you would love it to use for your beautiful bags to add as a clusters:) Your bag is beautiful and I love the inside lining:) Ok my friend, I'm off to see what I've missed:)
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  7. Another beautiful bag! You have been very busy. It is cute with or without the button.

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  8. Oh I like the colors. The blues with a hint a red--perfect. The button brings the colors out.

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  9. I love knitting and crocheting with fabric, slicing plastic shopping bags and knitting with them is another favourite of mine. Great bag, such fun :D

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  10. So cute! Love it Daryl and that lining is so darn pretty too! :)

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