As if the computer crash didn't throw a big enough wrench into the spokes, we've now switched from using PCs over to Macs. Yes, Macs are really user-friendly, and once I figure out how to do something, I'm amazed at how easy it is. That being said... it's figuring out that easy way that doesn't always come ... easily. :) Sorry again for the delay in posting!
Today, I'd like to show you a couple recent Huffle Duffels I've completed. First up is a scrappy purple one, with a black interior! Here's the front:
And the back:
I quilted in a variegated purple thread. Here's a look inside:
It would appear that my Quality Control Expert has plans for this bag and has stashed something inside. Hmm. Here's the bag, drawn up:
I used a solid purple fab for the drawstrings, as I didn't really have the right cording or ribbon. I think it worked out great.
I tried a different technique on another Huffle Duffel - I did sort of a free-form appliqué onto denim and had fun with quilting thread. Here's the result:
Kind of cute, don't you think? Here's the reverse:
The red ribbon tied everything together ... pun intended. :) Here's a look inside:
The fabs are some fav prints I've had for quite a while now. I love how they all came together!
Tune in SOON to see the latest Deeve Bag and a Z I sent out earlier in the week!
Thanks for reading,