Friday, 21 May 2010

Nursery Bag

The teddy bear embroidery has found it's place too, on a nursery bag.  I stitched this on fine calico, so used that for the lining too.  It makes for a bag that is made with all natural fibres and is washable.
There was a first for me on this bag.  It was the first time I'd done boxed corners.  I couldn't believe how easy they were to do, and how effective.  I think there may be some more of these to come in the future.

6 comments:

stitcheranon said...

Wow, that is really effective and very pretty. Makes a perfect nursery school bag ;-)

Annie said...

Such perfect satin stitching! Very cute bag and nice to have another technique to use.

maggi said...

They look really cute. I always thought that boxed corners were going to be difficult too until I tried them and you are right, they are so easy and effective.

Terry said...

Well done! I always do the boxed corners on my bags. It really does make a nice bag! :0)

Rudee said...

I like this. What about a knitting bag with balls of yarn and knitting needles? It should have a pocket for little things inside. I would buy one!

Melinda Cornish said...

it turned out so cute with the embroidery on it....I love to make bags.......I can see a lot more in your future!