In homage to Fabric Affair, whose beautiful Donegal tweeds I always drool over when I visit their stand at every craft fair I go to, and roughly following a pattern from Cath Kidston’s ‘Patch’, I am pleased to present my newest completed project, a handy shoulder bag for holding (what else?) a knitting project.
The bag is made from tweed fabric samples and scraps from leftover blankets, lined with some brushed cotton from my stash. I didn’t have any webbing in stock in my haberdashery box for the handle, so I improvised by covering some rufflette tape with more of the brushed cotton to make it nice and sturdy as well as comfortable to carry.
Thank you for the inspiration!