Well I’ve been rather busy these last two months, I was very lucky and honoured to be asked to test for not one, not two but three amazing new bag designers.
If you don’t know who Jessica Cruzan is of SewdaKine, then you really need to head over to her website and see her amazing creations from Cork fabric. Her website is here!
I tested Jessica’s pattern for her Pu’olo Handbag, I am so pleased with the result and it was actually a rather fun and easy sew. I also used the wonderful Cork fabric that Jessica sells online, she also posts to anywhere in the world.
Here is my version of the Pu’olo Handbag. You can purchase the pattern and the hardware kits here! You can also join Jessica’s bag making group here!
I was then asked to test the Ultimate Lunch Bag for one of my wonderful testers, Rajyalaxmi Pradeep from Homemakers Hustle. Her cute lunch bag pattern is perfect for these times where people are health conscious and watching their pennies.
This great bag makes it easier to take leftovers to work or use it for a nice lunch in the park with someone you love. I just had to make the ultimate lunch bag in a print with my favourite guy, Mickey Mouse.
Grab the pattern here and join Rajyalaxmi’s pattern group here!
Last, but definitely not least.
When Namrata Shroff of Bagstock asked me to test her debut pattern, I immediately said yes. Her work is well known amongst bag making groups and admired by many. The Everyday Tote pattern is easy to follow and the end result is just so professional. I was so pleased with how this bag turned out.
You can grab your copy of the Everyday Tote here!
In between testing these wonderful patterns, I have also been working on my new pattern The Misty Crossbody Bag. Testing starts next week with release following soon after!
Thank you for reading 🙂