(Lewis and Irene Water Meadow, lined with a Moda print)
Both Makower outer fabrics, lined with misc stash fabrics.
These are GORGEOUS! You chose fantastic fabrics. I especially love the parrot fabric and the first bag with red + signs on the inside and wildlife on the outside. I would carry them everywhere. Well done!
I love these…they are so handy…I made a small one for carrying my sock knitting stuff…looks like everywhere you go these days, you will be standing in a line for some time…
I love the coordinating prints you picked!
Also, thanks for sharing the pattern link. I am very interested in her gusset variation tutorial and the optional inside pocket.
I love Japanese knot bags. These look great. Love your fabric choices
These look so nice! I love your fabric choices!!
I love the look of these.
These are so wonderful! Can a bag be relaxing? The material is so serene to me.
Great fabrics!! These came out perfect!
I’ve never tried this style of bag for a knitting project bag, but I think they would be great. You are a wizard at picking out fabrics. I love each and every one of these combinations, especially the first one.
Congrats! Your Japanese Knot Bags are one of this week’s featured projects. You are awesome!
Ah thank you @kittykill
And thanks everyone for the compliments on the fabric choices. I got the wildlife one, red crosses, cockatoos, and blue cats at the quilt shop which was my first shopping trip after 4 months in lockdown. I saw the otters and fell in love, but it took a bit to find a good complimentary fabric.
This is a close up of the blue print, it’s really cute.
I simply love these! And speaking of simple, that is one wonderful feature as to how they look. Basic, not screaming in your face. Beautifully made. Congrats!!
These are gorgeous! Beautiful work!
They look fun! For some reason the prints reminded me of Jane Sassaman’s prairie gothic series.