Thursday, January 3, 2013

Her Kin-cha-ku aka {drawstring bag}


 { S for Stella}

 { additional handle for s}

 { S kept telling me, the deer print is SO cute}

 { took longer time to make it}

 { she wants to take it window shopping}

{ her kin-cha-ku}

One of S' holiday present was {Mr. Rocky} kin-cha-ku aka {drawstring bag}. It took longer time to make, since she's in bed around 9a.m. Each night, I took about 30 minutes or longer for the hand-quilting then tuck it away.  It was hard to decided if I should personalized this bag for her, but I did! I used the her initial S in the back of the bag. When she open the box for few second she asked why not Stella, maybe next one, I replied.

After made four different kin-cha-ku, {here}, {here}, {here}, {here}. I knew I had to change something for S'.  She needs a handle to carry it! The only time she carries her purse is when she needs to buy something from the store. The messenger bag I made for her is getting smaller, but she still loves it.

With the new kin-cha-ku, I though she could put her wallet inside and maybe things that she needs.The closure is on the top, so that would leave extra room for her to use. Hand-quilting is perfect for it.

edit: thank you for email me about the large PDF files that you aren't able to access to.. I got both pattern resize and ready to go.. shouldn't have problem, but do let me know! Enjoy~

Another handmade holiday in 2012~

xxC 

9 comments:

  1. what a sweet bag this is, I love all the wonderful extra details you added, the hand quilting, paper piecing, deer fabric, and the initial, it's perfect. I bet Stella loves using it.

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  2. Yes, I agree, the bag is really so nice. I like your hand quilting. It is precise and the result is great. The choice of fabrics is lovely too. And I noticed the super ending of strap! Stella is happy girl! :) Great present :)
    Have a lovely time, Jolana

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  3. This is just beautiful!! The details are so special, such a perfect gift!!

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  4. I love that you made it a drawstring bag with a handle. Very cute and your Paper piecing is perfect

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  5. It looks great, and the handle looks super sturdy too.

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  6. That is adorable! I love the paper piecing and the hand quilting. What do you use for your cords?

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