…and I am [U]so[/U] happy with it! I’m very glad that I decided to rip the handle flaps that I’d already made, do the lining and then re-do the handles. It worked out so well. I am very much not a seamstress but this was easy. I haven’t decided if I’ll try to get some kind of pin for the bag or not, but for now here it is!
You did a great job! I love the lining! :yay:
Nice work , and i agree with Lissie, the lining is lovely.
That looks great! I LOVE the lining, very pretty! Nice job! :woohoo::woohoo:
You did a wonderful job on that. It’s beautiful. I love it.:woohoo:
Very sweet! I love the color of the bag & the lining. You did a great job! What yarn did you use? Did you have a pattern?
Thanks, everyone. The pattern is from Happy Hooker by Debbie Stoller, and the yarn was just some very ordinary worsted weight kitchen-type cotton. I can’t remember what brand but it was a 1lb. skein that I picked up at the grocery store, of all places, a long time ago.
That’s beautiful! Well done!
Great job! I love the lining!
Awesome bag!!!:cheering: I really like the lining and the crocheting is superb!
wow that looks great! I need to learn to crochet!
Your bag turned out great! The lining is pretty as well. :yay:
It looks great!! Well done!
How did I miss this!? That is a gorgeous bag! Is it for you?
Oh wait… I don’t usually come in here that’s why. Guess I should! Look what I missed!:teehee:
Awww, thanks Jan!