I was serious when I said I would like a collection of miniature bags.
Last evening at 8 PM, after a full day of quilting, I started to make other two miniatures.
The smallest is 25% from my original Amelie bag.
I love them but it wasn’t piece of cake to make them….If I would have had a miniature sewing machine, a miniature iron, even miniature hands…
I used ribbon for straps…
Someone who enjoy stitching by hand could stitch even a smaller version.
It measures only 2.75″ x 3.75″ (7×9.5 cm) .
I am sure I will not make a smaller version… I don’t have time ! 🙂
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They are sure cute!!
Robin (rsislandcrafts) says
Those little bags are adorable!! I have made a miniature version of one of my favorite bag patterns before. You're right, a miniature sewing machine and iron would sure help alot lol. I like the idea of possibly sewing them by hand. I love the picture of them all together. Shows just how small they really are.
You've lost it!!
Miniature items always looks so adorable! Your mini bags are great!
Feather on a Wire says
They are so sweet!
(But in truth I love the large red and white one best)
Wow – they are sooooo cute 🙂
Kim D. says
Your little bags are super cute!! I'm sure there's a little girl who would love them.
How cute! They all look so nice and perfect too – good sewing on your part.
You are what we call "a glutton for punishment"! But, I do like those little bags and miniatures are fun – to a point.
Oh those darling little bags are so cute. I love them. I like your blog and will become one of your followers now.
Geta, sunt absolut, dar absolut mortale. S-o pastrezi pe cea verde pentru tine, sa n-o daruiesti. Este atat de trendy!
Fa si o poza cu o papusa purtand gentutele, aveai tu un bebelush…
Those bags are the sweetest little things! Gorgeous!
Goodness me!!! You are sooooo professional! I would love one of those for sure! (we moved to Luna de Sus, that is 8 km from Cluj Napoca!
baby cribs says
They are soo cute! But I think that they are too small to be used!
Geta, your work is so beautiful! I love these. I'd put a chap stick in one in my regular purse. : )
I always love seeing your projects. Thanks for the inspiration!
Mary L. says
Yep..you qualify as officially crazy but in a great, creative way!
piękne torebki:-) pozdrowienia z Polski
Oh my word Geta. They are amazing. Well done for sticking at them. You can actually get a small iron you know, the Clover iron. I bet you do make a smaller one, I think I know you enough to know you will just have to give it a go.
Good luck if you do. hahahaha
Vicki W says
These are fabulous! Wouldn't it be cool to have a whole bunch of them and use them as Christmas Tree ornaments?
Beautiful. I can't imagine making such a little bag. Love it (design, fabric, colors, size) but it does look difficult for me. Still, I'm inspired. I'd love to see a special exhibit at a quilt show on mini bags. Lovely.
Miss Nancy says
Aaaah, Eeeeh, these are so tiny. Bless you for having the patience to be so creative with something so tiny. They are as cute and as precious as can be. Well done, good job.
Have a great day.
Marie-José H says
Oh, you're bags are so wonderfull. The smallest one is also nice for a doll.
LOVE those miniatures!
Harmony Hopes Studio says
Silly lady. Yes carry on with something else, you really don't have time to make a smaller one. It would take tooooooooooooo long.
Talin's Corner says
Crystal Stanworth says
these are just too stinkin' cute! what a fun idea!
clare's craftroom says
Love them , so cute !
Si mai spuneai odata ca nu stai grozav cu rabdarea!….
Asta e o proba clara ca esti campioana!
el costurero de elsicat says
Geta,sunt adorabile !!! Imi amintesc ca acum vreo 8 ani in Lausanne am vazut in vitrina unui magazin de lux papusi Barbie la pretul de doua mii de franci.Cred ca le-ar potrivi de minune gentutza ta 😀
American Quilter's Society says
Geta, these are adorable! Thank you for sharing your wonderful blog. Check out the American Quilter's Society blog at: http://www.aqsquiltnews.blogspot.com/
Keep up the beautiful work!
Those small bags and biger ones also are lovely! I love your blog!