Thursday, December 23, 2021

Divide and Conquer Large Bag Finish!

Here's the finish of my large Divide and Conquer bag!  I actually finished a couple of weeks ago, but I didn't get to the blog post until today.  It's almost Christmas.  All the gifts are wrapped and I have a few minutes to write.

Disclaimer:  The products used to make this bag were generously provided by Island Batik,, Aurifil Thread, and Schmetz Needles.
This is the front of the bag.  I used the Autumn Wings fabric collection by Island Batik.  Aren't the butterflies beautiful?  I love the colors in this collection.  These bags both have a Fall feel to them, my favorite season.  I used Schmetz needles and Aurifil thread for all the stitching on this bag.

This is the back of the bag.  It has a handy velcro strap that can be used to fasten the bag to a luggage carrier.

When you open the bag there are two large vinyl zippered compartments.

The center of the bag features four mesh zippered pockets to help keep all of your things organized.

This bag is definitely large enough to carry everything I need for a weekend or overnight trip.

I plan on using the smaller bag to carry my hand sewing.  I love to travel with an EPP project or a bit of cross stitch.  Now I just need somewhere to go!

If you missed my post about the small Divide and Conquer bag, click here.

Be Creative ~ Sew Something Beautiful Today.

Jennifer Thomas

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1 comment:

  1. Pretty bags, enjoy the future trip when it is safe. Looks like it would also be a good project bag for a quilt. Merry Christmas!