Friday, February 7, 2014

Little Purses

 
Been making some
little presents.
Perfect for Valentine's Day.
 
 
These little coin purses
have a way
of multiplying.
 
 
 
I don't know which
I adore more.
 
I love the Girl Friends,
but then we have
vintage

 
 
 
You can't see the wolf too well,
but he's wearing
Granny's purple
bonnet.
 

Just got some
Mochi Linen dot in the shop.
It would be darling on the
sides of these purses.


This is my second
out of these
fabrics. 
 
Inside, is my hoarded Dick and Jane
word fabric from years ago.

Oh, these sweet little purses
do bring a smile.
People love them.

  
Which one do you like best?

The coin purse pattern is by Madame Samm. 
It's available here.
The silver purse frames
 are available in the shop.

 
 

25 comments:

  1. I am loving all of them... but my heart skipped a beat with the American Jane group!!!

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  2. OMG!! These are so stinkin' cute!! I love the ones with the little girls especially - wow wow wow!!!

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  3. Oh my, a little obsessive are we? You must be a quilter! LOL!

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  4. Those are so adorable!! I want to try my hand at using those little purse forms but I'm still too intimidated.

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  5. They are just adorable, Corrie. I love that patten. The material you picked for them is just perfect.

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  6. Oh I need to learn how to make them! :) too cute!

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  7. Love those little bags. I might have to purchase that pattern. Hope they aren't too difficult to make. I love the one with the Dick and Jane print inside.

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  8. These are the cutest things I've ever seen!

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  9. you're killing me. i already have the pattern and frame. just couldn't decide on fabric. so cute.

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  10. Do you sell these adorable little coin purses?

    Tami
    tamiquilts(at)att(dot)net

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  11. Ohhhhhhh look what you did…coin for your thoughts…love them all…and those were girls on them…ohhhh Corrie…you just too cute…!

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  12. So, so cute! Those fussy cuts are perfect. I'm pretty sure I bought the pattern during a blog hop about a year ago and never got around to using it...maybe it's time to find it :)

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  13. These are super cute. I especially like the Little Red Riding Hood ones.

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  14. Our granddaughter is all about princesses so that would be my favorite.

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  15. They are all cute, cute, cute. Great job! I guess we having figured out about this multiplication, eh? Thanks for a great post.

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  16. How sweet! I love the one with the Dick and Jane fabric on the inside and the cute heart clasp!

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  17. Your little purses are adorable!!

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  18. Now you've got me wanting to run make another of those cute purses! I love those sweet faces on them and the heart clasp is just too cute.

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  19. Very sweet little purses. The heart clasp is perfect. Creative Stitching Bliss...

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  20. These are so so cute! They look difficult.

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  21. Adorable! Red Riding Hood is my definite fave. :) blessings, marlene

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  22. They are all adorable! Well done!

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  23. I love them all but the red riding hood fabric has to be my favorite! I have the purse hardware, just need the fabric!

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  24. such sweet little purses. the fabrics are adorable.
    they look so pretty all in a row.

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  25. I really admire the creativity of designers who produce breathtaking products. The Louis Vuitton bags on sale at tradesy website are amazing like anything.

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