Thursday, April 28, 2011

Turtle Zip



This is the Ditty Bag pattern by Keyka Lou made into a Turtle! I basically just made hexagons, top stitched them on some green cotton and made the bag the rest of the way just like the pattern instructions except added legs, head and a tail. He is a little like another one I've made in the past....
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Thanks for all the comments about the Oliver +S shirt in the previous post-they made me laugh:) I will definitely do a giveaway so the 4 or 5 people who wanted it can enter the giveaway on a separate post. I just need to know if it's ok that if you win the shirt, you'll have to buy your own buttons and make your own buttonholes. Ok?


10 comments:

Kelly's Korner said...

This is way cute Jennifer!

Corinnea said...

I. LOVE. IT.
You took that bag and made it your own!!! It is so totally cute. Please tell me you are going to try and sell a couple....

venus said...

Cute-cute turtle! Yes, I'm fine with giveaway... I just wanna play!!!

Keeley Barr said...

Ever thought about giving sewing lessons?? You can make a lil cash and help us domestically challenged mamas become more craftsy!!!

Jessica said...

HAHA that is so funny! I love him!

Margaret said...

@Keeley - Jennifer is an awesome sewing teacher!!! I don't sew a lot, but what I do sew is because of Jennifer and taking classes from her!
@Jennifer - That turtle is unbelievably cute!!! I LOVE it! And I would love to learn how to make button holes on that shirt. Well, maybe I would practice on something else first :-)

Jennifer said...

Thank you Margaret! I don't think that's true but thank you! You totally made my day:)

Mrs. Barr: I have thought about it! I hated teaching classes at the store in Stuttgart but have thought about doing one-on-one with ladies in the community. Are you serious about taking classes? I'll email you!

Corinnea: you now how long it took to make that Turtle?? So I'm not sure anyone would want to buy one with what I'd have to charge. Unless I got faster ...and the 2nd one would go faster since I have the kinks worked out...We'll see...:)Thanks for the encouragement!

jules said...

I LOVE it!

Bree said...

This is genius & adorable!

eva vercauteren said...

What a smart idea to use different patterns and turn it into a lovely turtle! Really beautiful.

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