June 2008

"Norma Jean"

Tasteful and understated but very delicious!

This combines a classic black cotton drill outer with a beautiful olivey-gold taffeta lining.

Special features include snap fastenings on the side and front pockets, a Velcro-fastening flap and a very glamorous coordinating valuables bag.


"The bag is here and I Love it. Its great, perfect size and the red is just the best red. V happy"

Another Brave DIYer!

I think it came out beautifully and I love the trim she has used. You can read more about it and see an extra picture in her thread on TBW. She includes some advice from her own experience, which is always worth reading!


I am now offering two accessories for your Onbag. These are available to match your bag, or you can go for a contrast if you wish. I can't guarantee that I will keep stock of your fabric so if you want a matching accessory then please order it at the same time as your bag!

Onbag Baby!

My latest arrival! The Onbag Baby is a smaller and simpler version of the Onbag idea. Onbag Baby has around half the capacity of the Onbag. With slightly narrower straps and three pockets to keep you organised, the Onbag baby is ideal for those quick trips where you don't need to take everything with you - or for those clever mums who can travel light!


Very rich, almost theatrical. Red cotton drill outer with a dramatic green brocade lining. Becky chose elasticated tops for the side pockets, there is a little surprise inside for her - I'm testing some accessories...

"I've worked out the slip knot and it's sooooo beautiful to wear! It has the beauty of a ringsling without the annoyance!"

Rebecca's DIY Onbag

Well done Rebecca - it looks beautiful! And so do you and your lovely baby!

Rebecca says: "I fell in love with the onbag at first sight, and went out to buy myself some fabric for it the next day. I finished it yesterday and put it to the test today, packing up lunch for the whole family and went to the park"


About the Onbag

The Onbag is large enough to hold everything you need (about 35x35x20cm) and, because it has no hard parts, your baby can comfortably sleep on the strap or rest a leg against it. You can wear an Onbag as a rucksack, shoulder or cross-body bag. You can even arrange the straps over your baby.

The great thing about the Onbag is that, being soft, it lies very flat against your body and looks small when you don't have much in it - but when you need the space it expands to hold an amazing amount!

The Onbag has...