Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Colored Leaves

I love this pattern! And I fell in love with this fabric when I found it. It is a Robert Kaufman fabric. Glorious colored leaves with surprises of blue! And then the brown has gazelles and leopards. How fun is that? And this purse just begged for a lot of bling.

This pattern includes so many nice features. It has a zippered top that opens nice and wide. It also has an inside zippered pocket and a pocket designed for a cell phone. I added two more pockets and a hook for my keys. It's just right for me and I love using it this fall! The pattern is designed by Monica Poole and is her "Sophia" pattern.

Matt took some pictures of me with my fabulous handbag. My friends' sweet baby was with us at the time. She just couldn't resist crawling up to me and touching the bag. We kept putting her close to Matt and he would begin to take the picture again and she'd scoot back up the hill. She's in most of the pictures. Oh, how cute she is. Totally loveable.

I suppose it just won't work for me to carry this during the winter. Oh no... guess I'll have to use some of the gorgeous Christmas fabric out there! LOL.

7 comments:

Susan Tuttle said...

I adore this bag -- what an incredible pattern! -- so autumn! Your friend has an adorable baby.

Susan

Heather said...

Oh My .. you are so amazing and so talented it baffles me!!! What a beautiful handbag!!!! And the baby is totally hugable :) Looks like a great day!

handmaiden said...

what a great bag, love the way you have used the fabric as the feature

Toby said...

Gorgeous bag .. love the fall leaves .. :)

Anonymous said...

AUNT NEENO,
HOT LADY! THE BAG IS BEATUIFUL, TOO!
I AM SO IMPRESSED WITH YOUR BAGS!
I LOVE YOU!
TIFFANY

Pyrose said...

The baby is beautiful. (I should know.) And your handbag is ok too. ;-) Seriously, great job on the handbag. It looks great on you.

Anonymous said...

I bought this pattern at the beginning of the year but haven't got to make it yet. Did you make the small or large version?
It looks great anyway, you have inspired me....
thanks, Mel