Twitterpated and Spring Vintage Fabric Purse

For Splitcoaststampers Creative Crew CCREW0312HF (Holiday Focus)  this month, we were asked to Celebrate National crafting month!  We were asked to pull that idea that you've been "wanting to do" out and create it.  We could use any theme, and create any type of project, decor item, centerpiece, something with fabric, etc.

Well,  this is just what I needed to, pull out that pattern I had bought 3 years ago for a purse made with fat quarters.  After looking in my fabric closet (yes, I also collected fabric and patterns before stamping) for an hour, I found the pattern I was looking for. Next, I chose the fabrics which was easy!  I loved the new Twitterpated Designer Fabric from Stampin' Up! and I also used Springtime Vintage Designer Fabric as well. Below is my completed project.

Purse Front:

 

Stampin' Up! Twitterpated Fabric purse Jeannine Tarrio 2012 Occasions Mini catalog

Purse Back:

 

Stampin' Up! Springtime Vintage fabric bag

Side View:

Stampin' Up! Twitterpated Fabric Jeannine Tarrio

Accessories:  Stampin' Up! Designer Series Fabrics:  Twitterpated and Springtime Vintage

Also, if you like this project, you can search my blog to see my Rag Bag, Aimee's Rag Bag,  Pincushion's, and Fabric flowers.

If you would like to play along or check out the other great projects for this challenge,  just  go to Splitcoaststampers and search the gallery using the word CreativeCrew or  CCREW0312HF.

 

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Posted on : Mar 03 2012
Posted under 3-D Items, CreativeCrew Challenge, Fabric |

5 People have left comments on this post

Mar 3, 2012 - 11:03:42

Hi Jean, I got here via SC.  Love your purse that you created.  The fabrics are beautiful. 

Mar 3, 2012 - 04:03:08
Tina said:

I love it! Do you have a pattern for it? Or tell me where you got the pattern?
 
Thanks!

Mar 3, 2012 - 04:03:14
Tina Munzke said:

I love it! Do you have a pattern for it? Or can you tell me where you got the pattern and who made it?
 
Thanks!

Mar 3, 2012 - 06:03:13
Jean said:

I purchased this pattern a couple of years ago at a quilt show. Here is the
info:

Towne Purse #107 by Lazy Girl Designs web address: http://www.lazygirldesigns.com
owner: Joan Hawley

Glad you liked the purse!

Mar 4, 2012 - 11:03:00
Linda Pomerleau said:

Love the purse Jean and the fabric was a nice choice.


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