Saturday, August 28, 2010

The Backpack!

It's official! My very first project has been posted over at the Moda Bake Shop! So hop on over and check it out! I'm a little nervous about this one because it's not my typical "handbag" so to speak, but I like it. I've definetly found a small passion for backpacks because I get to make them for my boys. You'll have to let me know what ya think?

And if you're visiting from the MBS you can find the colored pencil pouch tutorial here. Happy Saturday everyone!

15 comments:

Marie said...

Super cute! I'm going to check it out and see if I can make one for my son (who hardly ever gets anything handmade from me).

angie said...

I LOVE IT! I am totally going to make one! You are awesome!

Betsy said...

Darling, as always, cute Tiffany!! I'm thinking one in corduroy for fall.

Dandelion Quilts said...

This is super cute! Many thanks.

Sewing 1x1 said...

Lovely! I'm looking forward to trying it out :)

Lindsay said...

Oh my goodness so cute! Love this!!

Romberg Family said...

Heres another one i am going to have to make!!! I love it!!!! Are you going to be selling the pattern? Im not crafty enough to figure out how to make one on my own. :)

Jenny said...

Go Tiffany! Go Tiffany! Go Tiffany! I am so proud to know you and so proud of you!

Viviane Basile said...

Hey! Hi from Brazil!!!!

The backpack is really nice. I´m gonna try, but in brighter colors. Hope I can do it.

Your blog is very cool.

basilepatchwork.blogspot.com

Brenda said...

Super Cute! Thank for featuring your back pack! My son asked me today if I would make him a back pack! Yeah!

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Nora said...

Me parece precioso....a mis hijos les compramos los morrales y sólo duran 6 meses porque no son duraderos...gracias a ti encontré la solución... Mil gracias!!!
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Greene Family said...

Adorable - love it!! Simon still takes his little backpack you made all over the place!

Anne Sutton said...

I love, love, love what you did with my fabric! Such a cute back pack I may have to make one too! I'm going to feature it in my newsletter on Saturday! Great job!

Mamas Spare Time said...

Thank you the pattern, it was very easy to follow! I made one for my daughter's preschool. The have a stuffed owl mascot and his books that now have a cute backpack to carry it all when each child gets to take it home.