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More Lovely DIY Bags

I've been getting some lovely pictures of your DIY creations lately.

These last two make a nice contrast with each other, showing the range of invention that you clever people are capable of!

On the left is a stunning purple and gold Onbag Classic which was made for one Natural Mama's Forum member by her kind kind mother.  You can read all about it here...

And on the right you'll see a lovely matched sling and bag in soft natural tones.  I do love the action shots with the beautiful babies in them!  

This sling/bag combo is both very beautiful and very practical - and really streamlines the whole bag-baby-sling look!

Green Linen with Bright Floral Lining

What a bag!

This will certainly make a statement, and is a perfect example of how wonderful a custom bag can be when it is exactly, precisely what someone wants - I don't think one of the standard bags would really have hit the spot here!

The lovely Lucy who handles the custom bags says:

"I must confess to thinking that Hannah was slightly barmy when she sent me this fabric combination for her Onbag, but it works amazingly well together, and I think the finished bag is now my favourite one that I have made so far!"

Hannah chose a lime-green linen with a bright floral lining for her custom Onbag Classic.

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Sarah's Feast of Berriliciousness!

This beautiful set of bags was created for Sarah to match her Rumba Lucia Wrap/Ring Sling conversion.

We've used the wrap to make front and flap panels, and also to create an impact with contrasting side pockets and loops.

 

The lighter outer fabric works beautifully with the darker taffeta lining - the shades really pick up the colours of the wrap.

And if it is beautiful to look at then it is even more lovely to touch!

She will look quite stunning wearing this ensemble - I do hope we get some action photos!

Very very glamerous!

 

Jess' Jim Conversion

This is the beautiful Didymos Jim conversion for the lucky lucky Jess.

Jess used a Jim wrap-scrap for the front and back panels, and a black cotton drill for the strap. 

The wine-red of the lining taffeta brings out Jim's highlights, while the black works really well with his darker shades.

I'd love to see action shots of this bag - very beautiful.

Guin's Amazing Slip-Cover idea!

Guin had two lovely scraps of print fabric that she wanted to make good use of so she asked us to come up with a way of making slip covers for the flap of her custom bag.

As you can see - the results are pretty impressive.  The plain purple bag with purple taffeta lining is beautiful enough - but the slip-covers are both stunning.

Christa's DIY Onbag

Christa has come up with quite a striking design.

The purple and white are accented with embroidery details and I think I spotted a little extra pocket for a phone in her post on The Babywearer!

Well done Christa, and thank you for sharing!

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