Monday, March 23, 2009

Inside Out Bags

Nottingham, our dumb waiter is modeling 2 of the new Sari bags I have just finished sewing. In a way, they are inside-out-bags, because the soft silky vintage Japanese print is on the outside [for prettiness] and the firm vintage upholstery fabric is on the inside [for strength]. With recycled insides and outsides, these bags are truly "Green"!

10 comments:

Mary-Laure said...

I just fell in love with your creation. Green is pretty much my favorite color.

Mandarine D'Italie said...

Your SARI bags look absolutely stunning!!! Well done .. and good choice of colour !!

Estelle said...

As the page was loading and I read "dumb waiter" I was shocked ... and then I realised what it was.
That is so beautiful. The contrast of black and white and green is tremendous. The bags are so beautiful!

Andrea said...

The green bags are lovely and your pictures are so bright and Spring -like. We need some of that where I live! (East Coast of U.S.)

Estelle said...

Were you really posting at 2:49?

Get Togetha said...

Beautiful bags...my favorite color is green!

colleen said...

I love the bags! Green is such a restful colour. I do admire anyone who makes bags, they really are a lot of work!

Di Overton said...

Oh these are beautiful

Anairam said...

Have just been updating myself on all your lovely posts - I hate not being able to browse at leisure - but hopefully my laptop will soon be back! Beautiful how you have displayed your spoons! I have a bunch of tiny spoons from L'Usband's mom that have been languishing in a drawer - unused - am going to take them out & display them - but I guess I will have to find a surface first ... I have also recently started collecting keys at car boot sales - I only have about five or so at the moment - but I would love to get your advice on displaying something like that? (something that does not involve framing).

kendalee said...

Gorgeous Denise! Just gorgeous.