To find out why he is known as '5ct kitchen rabbit' read his story here: 5ct Kitchen RabbitTo find more designs in this collection go to: 5ct Kitchen Rabbit This was originally designed to make one large bag but... I have altered the layout so you get two small bags to the yard - perfect for little shoppers. As Sue Ellen suggested - why not make it in the Silky Faille "so it folds up small, but carries big"!
So you won't have lots of white waste fabric left over I've added a lined money purse, and a strip of 'Baby carrots - organic' ...
which you could sew inside each end of the bag to make a pockets,
make even smaller bags for produce,
reinforce the circle of strength around the bag (handle, ends, bottom) for carrying heavy canned or bottled goods home ... soup cans weigh a ton!
You could make gift bags with them ... jam jar toppers ... pot holders ... bow ties for stuffed bunnies ... stuffed bunnies ... wind it into roses for your hat ... pencils cases for school ... brush cases for artists ... cover oatmeal containers for a utensil jug ... decoupage it onto a tray or onto a lamp base or waste-paper basket ... piece it into your vegetable-themed quilt ... sew it into tubes, stuff it, and braid it for a belt... the possibilities are endless...
Go on, see what you make with yours!
If you'd like a different choice of co-ordinates just mail me!
1 yard Silky Faille 09/JULY/14