I received my today also. I ordered 10. I haven't had a chance to really look at the. I've been pretty busy today. But from a glance, they look well constructed. Can't wait to get started on them also. Whew! When am I going to do all this "stuff" I have on my list? I just finished a backpack for a friend's little boy name Pearson. I'm on my way to d/l it in projects...
I missed this. Where is the site to buy?
I missed them too. Oh well, I am sure we will find another bargain sometime!
There are only Rose colored ones left - all the cuties must have bought them out. I am glad to know - that they are made nice - but if you can't get to it - then you might have to use greysewist's (Marianne) idea, which would be very nice - you could also stich a pocket on the inside at the same time, perhaps
Maybe an easier way would be to embroider on a separate piece of fabric, either contrasting or matching, and make a pocket for your bag. That way you could also double the fabric so the back of the embroidery doesn't show. Pockets are often handy things to have :) You could also turn the separate piece of fabric (embroidered) into a tab with Velcro etc and wrap it around the bag when not in use, to keep it tidy for in your handbag until needed.
Great idea - I like your thinking.
I have used several sew-outs of my freebies and built-in motifs on my machine and made pocket for totes. I just added and extra matching fabric on the back and then added a binding all around like I would be adding a binding on a quit and then just straight stitched it on the 3 sides. Makes great cover ups for those bags with names of products, banks, etc. They are cute as well as practical.
Smart cookie! Great idea!