thank you

3.28.2011

I just want to say thank you to everyone for your support on my newest pattern, the 241 Tote.  Your support and encouragement means so much to me.

I also want to thank my pattern testers:  Vanessa, Jeannie, and Gret.  These three ladies are all amazing in their own right and I'm so glad they were able to help me out!  Here are their 241 totes if you're interested in getting some ideas on more fabric choices: 


from Vanessa at Punkin Patterns


from Jeannie



from Gret at A Little Red Ribbon

Beautiful, right?! 

And I also want to give a shout out to my friend Krista who made a 241 tote over the weekend, aren't her fabrics great?

24 comments :

  1. Oh I love these fabrics that were used! Thanks for posting. I bought your pattern on Friday but have been stumped on what fabrics to use!
    I think I'll be taking a trip to the store tonight :)

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  2. Those look great! I especially like the "Under the Sea" bag.

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  3. Love this bag so much I just bought your pattern!

    I normally avoid buying patterns as I get easily confused by them. I've made some of your free patterns before though and found them easy-peasy-poo to follow :) Awesome!!

    Kerry (aka Mumbling Mum) xx

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  4. SO in love with that bag! Can't wait to buy the pattern and try it out :)

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  5. I love the fabrics that Vanessa used ... so much so that I've just ordered the pattern (even though I wasn't supposed to be buying any more patterns till I've made something from every craft book that I bought last year - shh! don't tell my husband!).

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  6. I LOVE Gret's Fabric choices, so chic.

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  7. I totally love those fabric choices... why oh why can't my fabric stores have any decent looking fabric choices at reasonable prices! :(

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  8. These all are all so different but look so good - really interesting to see the directions the pattern can take you in, just by switching the fabrics. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  9. I bought the pattern but haven't made it yet, I do have the fabric tho! these bags are wonderful ...

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  10. I love the pattern and made mine on Saturday--will post pictures this week! Thanks so much for a great pattern!!!

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  11. I'm so looking forward to trying out this pattern.

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  12. I am so excited about making this bag, Anna! I'm thinking about getting some Nani Iro print for it.
    All these three bags are lovely!

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  13. These are all amazing! Congrats on another fabulous pattern!!!

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  14. Love those bags! A great design! Congratulations, Anna!

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  15. These are so adorable! I LOVE them! Great pics of some of the finished totes. I love all the fabric choices. Congrats on a beautiful pattern. =)

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  16. Can I just say I can't wait to get my hands on this pattern and make myself a new tote! Loving this design Anna, well done.
    Thanks again.

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  17. The fabrics they used look simply mahhhvelous! I love the vertical zipper in the pattern. I'm giving away a copy of Kristin Hannah's "Night Road" this week if you're interested ...

    http://jayayceeblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/reading-night-road-and-giveaway.html

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  18. They are all gorgeous. The design is fabulous Anna. My sister-in-law is the bag maker in our family... must make sure she sees this.

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  19. I love seeing all the different fabric choices and combinations. I'm getting ideas...

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  20. Thanks Anna, it was a pleasure to help! x

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  21. Did it!

    http://junebugworld.blogspot.com/2011/03/sew-in-spring.html

    Seriously, can't wait to make another. It's killing me that I can't sew for 3 nights in a row.

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  22. So fun! Now, I just need to spruce up my sewing skills! BTW love your blog!

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