Remember my little stack of PamKitty’s Fog City prints? I finally got some photos of the finished projects. Stinka helped. Sort of.First, I made this adorable triangular zippered pouch using the cheater patchwork print and one of my zippers from the bulk order.I used the tutorial from A Spoonful of Sugar’s blog. Click here to go directly to the tutorial post. I adjusted mine for a larger pouch to accommodate the longer zipper.I love this floral overlaid text print. So much so, I didn’t even want to go crazy with embellishments on this bag. Just a simple yo yo and a large button. I couldn’t bear to detract from this print. It’s so pretty all by itself.
The bag itself is lined with the cheater patchwork print and has a couple interior pockets. The bag is stabilized with fusible Bosal which makes for a nicely structured handbag. (I’ll talk more about my experience with Bosal in another post.)The last bag is my new pattern, Easy On The Curves. You can purchase it here on Etsy. This is version A–a foldable bag with some pockets and fusible fleece for the outer pocket.Again, I gave the text/floral print center stage. For this bag I added a yo yo and fabric covered button with grosgrain ribbon tails. It reminds me of a county fair ribbon–only happier and more whimsical. And I mentioned my photography assistant…This was as much as she was willing to cooperate. Two clicks of the camera later and she was losing patience.You can find Fog City Kitty here and here, among other places online. And of course, you can find PamKitty herself on her blog here. If you feel like indulging in some nostalgia and vintage prettiness, go grab a bit of Fog City and start playing.