My goodness, I do seem to be on a roll lately with making bags and lots of other crafty stuff and it's all coming directly from my stash, with the exception of the new polka dot fabrics, which I'm finding out have a magical way of perking up even the dullest old patterns & prints. As Cassie suggested, I do believe there must be a magic wand waving around in here somewhere. I actually made two bags this weekend, and this is one of them. Now I've had this dreamy cotton chintz for umteen years, and originally had used it to slipcover some cushions on my white wicker porch chairs. I saved the scraps, but never thought of using them until now. Funny how when you bring something out that you haven't seen for a long time, you suddenly see it differently; for better or worse. Or, of using it in a way that you hadn't thought of before. I love when that happens. I couldn't decide if I really liked this, when my youngest (who is a very girly 8-year-old) hopped into the room and saw it. She stopped cold in her tracks and her whole face lit up and then she said, in a faint whisper, "oh! This is just my style!" I was kind of taken aback, because normally she doesn't pay much attention to what I'm working on. I think it was the little bird that caught her eye. Funny enough, she had actually just been pretending to be a bird. A bird named "Rose" as a matter of fact. So this went to her. Afterall.
Updated to add: source for bag pattern.