So the self-indulgence has been fulfilled--I made myself this bag! I love it! Yahoo, I can't wait to tote it around! I quilted the large print and realized that I had enough of it to get two bags, so I couldn't help myself making two. I worked on this project late last night until 1:30! I shouldn't stay up that late, but I had Sense and Sensibility and Persuasion to keep me happy! Got to love it!

Check this out, I even made sure to have the handles match up with each other. Sometimes I think I have a little OCD going on, but I have to have things looking great. So, here's the deal. I made two bags, one for me and one for someone else! Read on to find out how you can win one of my bags!

See this cute bow? My sister Jen made it! She is the best and has the cutest website! She sells the best and cutest bows and some darling dresses. She is going to throw this cute bow and headband into my giveaway! So, a bag and a bow are up for grabs and two lucky winners will be pulled randomly on Friday! So hurry and enter. Here's the thing, go and check out Jen's site here and then come back and tell me what your favorite thing is on her site. That's all you have to do to get one entry. If you do want five entries then go tell your friends, blog about it and be sure to tell me!

Go be Jen's fan on facebook here and check out her blog here! And with this giveaway Jen is giving a 25% discount on your entire order off her website if you enter "greenfairy" during checkout!

So, good things here, I know this is a quilting blog, but surely you have granddaughters, daughters, cousins and neighbor girls that are in need of the dang cutest bows ever! So go check it out and come back and enter the giveaway.

If you are wondering, I used my "Quilted Bag" pattern to make my two bags, I just used two colors instead of five and didn't piece the main part of the bag, so if you want to make your own you can get the pattern here! You just need 1 yard of cute big print fabric and 1 1/2 yards of the trim and lining! (Plus batting and lining for the quilting)
January 19, 2010 by Judi
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