Birdie Bag


I heart this fabric.  I’ve been selfishly hoarding meaning to make something with it for ages.  Suzannah asked for a bookbag, and a few hours later….presto!  I love being able to do that for her.  I might have to use it sometimes for myself though…

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11 Responses to Birdie Bag

  1. rachel says:

    oh it’s SUPER cute.
    i really love that fabric.
    i would have hoarded it too!!!

  2. Katy says:

    yes – you need to make something for yourself in that fabric, it’s beautiful. Love the orange handles too. Totally yum!

  3. John says:

    it’s a beautiful little bag. i love it!

  4. rosewillow says:

    That’s a terrific bag! I love that fabric, too.

  5. amandajean says:

    it is so cute! i love the orange handle!

  6. Margie says:

    Found you! And I’m using my other blog ID here for a change. I love this blog, and love the work you do – thanks for cluing me in!

  7. Viv says:

    I love the fabric – awesome bag you made with it. I would be sharing the bag too, too cute not to.

  8. littlebluecottage says:

    Thanks everyone! I’ve been using it against my daughters’ wishes…

  9. carolyn says:

    I heart that fabric too!! good job…definately make something got you too.

  10. Cheryl A says:

    What fabric is that? It’s gorgeous! Is it recent because it would be perfect for a quilt I am about to start? I need to find some.

  11. littlebluecottage says:

    It’s from Alexander Henry and it’s called bird seed. I’ve seen it in three colorways but I think it came out last year. I think you can still find it online or ebay.

    Hope that helps!

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