Tuesday, November 17, 2015

A Festive Library Bag



I think a library book bag should remind the carrier that it's a treat to go to the library. A whole building full of books! And you can take any of them home with you! For free!

Vintage crewel-work panel set in corduroy, lined with bright pink cotton, handle lined with velvet ribbon. In the Etsy shop soon.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the inspiration! I am making library bags for my grandchildren for Christmas!

Lisa said...

Now that's an idea, to put crewel on a bag. It's so cute!

Lisateresa

Mother B said...

That is gorgeous!!

Michele said...

I'd love to have first shot at the bag, if I may. :)

Anna said...

Gladly, Michele! Just send me an email at pleasantviewschoolhouse . . . at . . .gmail.com

Rose said...

I am currently reading Alexandra Stoddard's 1000 Ways to See, now I understand why the corduroy works so well with the crewel work.

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Joy said...

Very nice, but too small for our family. We are in the years of several novels, several science texts, and at least half a dozen children's picture books. They are heavy to haul around! We visit the university library each week just before Youth Orchestra rehearsals.

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