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It would probably be hard to imagine, but I have more than a couple of fabric scraps laying about my sewing studio.  Buckets and bins and baskets full would be the best way to put it.  I don’t think its an obsession, I think its more of a love affair.   When I finish up a well loved favorite  fabric and have that four by four inch scrap left  how can I be so callous as to just dump it in the trash?   So instead I will stash it away, certain one day I will want that little scrap.  Today I pulled out those buckets and made the most adorable ipad sleeve.  It is a one of a kind for sure.  We have been playing with a new envelope style design, and I adore it.   So for the lover of all things patchy and funky here is our newest ipad sleeve.

Funky Patches iPad Sleeve

The back of our ipad case

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I just finished listing this tote bag, and it feels like shabby western to me.  Is that even a style?  If not, it should be.  If I had a baby girl I would keep this one for myself as a diaper bag.  Oh but wait, I had one of those beautiful blue industrial canvas diaper bags when my kids were little.  The choices were a tad limited.  I won’t even go into the maternity dress styles.  Let’s just say {ruffles}  We didn’t have an array of beautiful handmade diaper bags to choose from.

Shabby Western Tote

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Spring Break Weekender Bag

Spring Break Weekender Bag

I  should call this the OMG bag… because OH MY GOODNESS! I didn’t know what I was getting into on this bag. Sometimes an idea rolls right out to the fingertips with ease. Sometimes it takes many alterations to make a pattern that matches the idea. Well finally this bag came together and I LOVE IT.   It may very well be the only one I make, we will see how brave I get!   Take a peek at it here http://keetacollection.com/Medium-Tote-5.html

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Yummy and luscious!  I can almost smell the flowers as I cut from my new Jennifer Paganelli Flower Power fabrics.  She has the happiest fabrics.  I love this new line, and have used them on a modified version of my swing bag.  

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