I really love the lining she's chosen, I have a bit of a thing for stripes!
Iris' stripes work really well as a full-shell wrap bag, and as usual the wrap-bags are the ones I don't want to give away - doesn't the two-tone taffeta lining look amazing with the stripes!
Coming soon - I will be releasing the Onbag Baby, the sling pouch and the valuables bag.
The Onbag Baby is slightly smaller than the Onbag. 30x30cm with a curved base, the straps are around 15cm wide with the same range of beautiful taffeta linings as the Onbag Classic. The Onbag Baby has a small handy pocket on each side, a front pocket fastened with Velcro and a zipped rear inner pocket.
I am introducing a new labelling system for Onbags, you will now be able to tell from the colour of the tag what sort of Onbag you are looking at!
I love the applique butterfly she's added to the front flap.
Lisa is planning on making a Mei-Tai to match, I'll post pictures soon!
I am happy to help support the valuable work of these sling libraries and all you advocates. I wish that there had been people near me like you when I was just starting up!
Hand in Hand Breastfeeding Support - in Kent in the UK, breastfeeding support and a sling library.
Oxford Slingmeet - a great range of different types of slings donated by many different manufacturers that you can try out.
Southhampton Slingmeet - Southampton Sling Meet was set up in response to the growing number of parents in the area who are interested in using slings or baby carriers. To celebrate International Babywearing Week in September, they are joining forces with Portsmouth Sling Meet and getting all of our members together to share their babywearing experiences along with sharing a coffee and some cake! As part of this event, we are having a charity raffle in aid of Best Beginnings (http://www.bestbeginnings.org.uk/). Included in the raffle will be an Onbag Classic!
A short list so far! But growing...
The silk lining is almost exactly the colour of the tulips on the outer fabric.
This is a very luxurious Onbag Baby!
I hope that Cindy loves her new bag.
She has used two of Ikea's lovely fabrics to create her bag - I particularly like the lining.
It looks to me as if Linda has played with the pattern a bit - I think she has decided against the rolled hems, and has added a red accent to the front of the flap...
I've been promised some action shots in due course!
She's used black canvas for the outer and a lovely swirly white-on-black ironwork design for the lining... but here is the clever bit: she's lined most of the bag in plain black but 'tipped' the ends of the straps with patterned fabric.