Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Origami Market Bag Tutorial - On WhipUp


Hey there! Today I have a special tutorial for my Origami Market Bags over at WhipUp!  I am pretty excited about it too!

These roomy over the shoulder bags are perfect for the market, beach, or an overnight get away. They sew up in a snap and make great gifts!


While you are over at WhipUp, be sure to check out the amazing post for pickled radishes and radish leaf pesto by Lindsay of A Wooden Nest !

Happy day to you!

11 comments:

lindylou said...

Hi Alexandra, I am trying to contact through email but can't seem to send it successfully to the address on the Lola Nova link. If you could reply, I could send my message.

june at noon said...

They're simple and cute--just my style! Are they too large for everyday purse use as-is?

Penny said...

I have just had a read of your tutorial and these are so simple and clever and beautiful, thanks so much for sharing. I can't wait to make them for a few friends I have in mind xox Penny

Lola Nova said...

Hi Lindylou, your comment is categorized as a "no-reply" so I am hoping you will see this here. My email is lolanovainfo@gmail.com if you copy this address to your email it should come through just fine.
I hope that helps!

eskimo*rose said...

I've been semi-looking for a beach bag for ages - I must have subconsciously known that something better was out there than the rubbish in the shops! Thank you - this is perfect :)
Em x

Sherri B. said...

What a fun and useful project! Off I go to check out whipup and two of my most favorite peeps...You and Lindsay all in one spot, yippee! xo

greenrabbitdesigns said...

What a great shape, love them! :)
V x

Very Berry Handmade said...

Great project and I love the fabrics you have used... Congrats on the feature on Whip Up. :-)

Suzanne said...

I really loved your post on whipup and the beautiful pictures you have posted. Happy day!

Anco den Dekker said...

I saw this before: http://www.pm-betweenthelines.blogspot.fr/2013/02/triangular-bag-tutorial.html.

Lindsay McCoy said...

I love this! I'm going to make one ASAP. :)