The Onbag Classic is here!
12 beautiful colour combinations - some funky, some classic and some just lovely!
You can choose from:
Black/Pink, Black/Gold, Black/Silver
Brown/Gold, Brown/Blue, Brown/Pink
Navy/Blue, Navy/Silver, Navy/Gold
Red/Pink, Red/Silver, Red/Blue
The outer fabric is cotton drill, which is sturdy but soft, and each bag is lined in lovely two-tone taffeta.
I am currently working with one of my custom clients to create the first of what I hope will be a long line of original print linings.
I will create original designs for my clients, to produce a print fabric, and ultimately a bag which is original, beautiful and personal to them.
Anna chose a sling pouch to match, and splashed out on a full-size Onbag too (in the same fabrics as 'Vanessa') - one for every mood!
"I have never really sewed anything more than a hem.
I made it out of an old sofa throw that is a heavy 100% cotton and very similar in weave to a German weave wrap.
Can you see how well I managed to line up the stripes!
I didn't line it - but did manage to put in all three interior pockets and two side pockets.
Here are some shots of the beautiful fabrics I have or have had in stock. There are many other options than these - but I'm hoping this selection will be an inspiration!
Some are suitable for the outside of your bag, some as linings. Some are wrap scraps, some are silks, some are designer prints...
Some of these I only have enough of to make a panel, or partial lining but maybe they'll inspire nonetheless. We can always go shopping!
This bag will go with anything, and look lovely anywhere.
The method for the Onbag Baby is almost exactly the same as for the Onbag Classic. A section is included in the DIY Onbag pattern which tells you how to adapt it to make the 'Baby'. But in brief:
Lorna very kindly allowed me to 'bagify' her Didymos Jim - a very trusting lady!
It came out just beautifully - the fabric is so soft and strokeable, but seems to hold the shape of the bag far better than I thought it would.
Onbag visited the Summer Sling Show!
This is a very exciting moment - I'm going into production with my bags! The first run will be short - so numbers may be a little limited.
I've found a great manufacturer and a whole range of amazing fabrics- I can't tell you how hard it was to narrow them down! On the right you can see the combinations I've settled on (the outer fabric is on the top, the lining on the bottom of each pair)...