Saturday, October 19, 2019

Blend Fabrics Junglemania Child's Bag

Therm O Web's designers had a fun opportunity to sew projects for Blend Fabrics booth
at a quilt show. This little bag was quick and easy to make, and the Junglemania fabrics 
were totally adorable.  Visit Therm O Web's blog today to see other fun projects like this!


I used Geta Gramma’s Geta’s Mini Belle pattern for this bag. Geta makes incredible bags and 
this is now my very favorite one. Sewing it with Blend’s “Junglemania” made it even cuter! 
 It measures 9” x 10½” x 2½” and I added a fussy cut “Junglemania” piece from the fabric 
panel. Isn’t that face sweet! I used two coordinating fabrics for the bag inside and outside:
Junglemania’s Jungle Pink and Sigrid Green.


Look at these cute faces!


Have you seen the cute new iron by Oliso? It's small and so easy to use
for quick ironing, but it works great for big projects, too.



7 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, what a sweet little bag. I love those Junglemania prints! So much fun to be had with them.

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  2. Child's bag nothing! I want that one myself. =) Wonderful print faces! Another good project.

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  3. What adorable fabric. No kidding. Can think of lots of uses. However, your bag is exceptionally cute. Could be a winner for my great grandkids. She's getting to that age. Heading over to see the other projects.

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  4. All those animals are wonderful! So many things you could use that fabric to make. I love the bag you made Carol, but I could see those animals in a cute quilt too, even a child's fabric book would be fun to make with the fabric.

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  5. Super cute fabric bag. Love the sweet faces on the animal fabric. I will put this Oliso Mini Iron on my wish list. Autumn Blessings...

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  6. Great bag. Super cute patterns. I have heard some people are having issues with the handle of the new Oliso getting to hot. Have you run into that Carol?

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  7. Sweet, sweet, sweet! I’ve never tried one of her bag patterns, but I’ll be sure to check them out.

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