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I LOVE this!! Definitely on my list of things to make now. What fabrics did you use? Are they from a jelly roll pack?


In awe, again. You accomplish so much, and so beautifully.


it's very cute and in my leftovers queue, love your red bag!


How timely! My sister emailed me this morning to ask if I would make her a quilted sack for her wireless keyboard. All I have to do is make your camera pouch a little bigger! Thanks!


Oh my goodness, this is too sweet & perfect!!! thanks so much for sharing!!!


Thanks for the tote tutorial! It's always helpful to learn new techniques...


So cute! Wishing you a sweet day, too~xo


Love it! Keeping this idea in mind...


Gorgeous. My little camera is jealous of yours. :)

Mary Alison

Do you ever sleep?

jen duncan

This is darling Vicki! I love the serene simplicity of the fabric combination. :-)


What a clever and attractive little project! What a great way to bring a little spot of style along with you in the car.

sue s

Adorable! I love the way you put the fabrics together- and that message tape is a perfect touch. Do you hand stamp it or do you purchase it like that? I have loads of scraps and I can't wait to start putting them together for this project. Thank you for the tutorials. You always have such wonderful ideas!


Oh, I am so excited that the bag tutorial is here! Thanks for taking the extra time to do this! I'm sure it will get lots of use.


Hi! cute pouch! Did you stamp the word onto the tape? i've got some rubber stamps but i don't know what to use on fabrics, i'm worried the fabric paints will irreversibly mess up the stamps? is there an ink or fabric stamp pads? or something to clean off the stamps? I tried ebay but no luck...


Are those fabrics all from a coordinated jelly roll set? If so, can you share the name? Love those!!!


I have just come across this blog and I love it!!!
You are talented indeed!


So cute...I love it, and it goes so well with the tote! I'm in awe of your talent.


Thank you for sharing this, I shall enjoy reviving school skills on this before tackling the tote bag!


that's adorable! my mom's been bugging me to make a camera bag for sometime now, but i just haven't been inspired... thank you for this!


What a cute camera pouch! Thanks for the links about making one, too.

Jo Black


I think this is lovely. I'm feeling inspired to get the sewing machine out!


That is really nice, and the message tab is sweet. Thank you ever so much for the instructions -- there's nothing I like sewing so much as a bag!

Susan at Black Eyed Susans Kitchen

This is a great idea, and I love the colors that you used. Thank you. Susan


You got me started blogging because of you beautiful site. Now I'll have to make this great bag! I love it and as always your work is just wonderful. Marcia :-)


What a cute solution to camera-storage!! Mine is in desperate need of a case (after a crack mysteriously appeared on the viewing screen... eeek!).

Periwinkle Vintage

Thank you for everything you share with us! You are one of the MOST generous people!

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