Saturday, September 12, 2009

itty bitty ditty bag tutorial

Updated 9/14/09

I'm sorry to do this but, I've taken down my tutorial. I've just been notified by a fellow blogger that there is a pattern that is extremely similar to the one I put up on my blog so I'm taking it down out of courtesy to the other pattern maker. I'm so sorry if this causes any inconvenience for you, but you can go here to buy the pattern and guess what? It even comes in three different sizes, too!


Here's my itty bitty ditty bag with the matching Buttercup Bag that I finished making for my 200th Post Giveaway. I will announce the winner tomorrow.

30 comments:

Heather said...

Thanks for the tutorial - the itty bitty ditty bags is too cute!

craft-crazed said...

Thank you so much!!! Im making my sisters purses for christmas this year and this is the perfect little something extra!

~candace

Sherri said...

Great tutorial for such a fun little bag! Thanks!

Diane L said...

Question - what is the finished size of the bag? Also, since I read Incredible Women on your recommendation, and there you were last week, I'm going to make a comment I should have made months ago (per your liking comments)...

I love the bookkeeper you had on Moda Bake Shop. I've made about 20 of them to give as gifts - I've varied the width of the strips also. They are great for lots of things besides just my kindle!Thanks!

jaybird said...

super cute!!

Trisha said...

Cute! Thanks for the tutorial!

jodi @ Pleasant Home said...

Very Cute ! I just bought some zippers the other day because I want to make some little bags like this! wahoo! ;o)

Anina said...

Thanks Kim! I'm definitely going to add this one to my to do list.

paulette said...

Kim! You are incredible!! Love the bag and tutorial....this means we are all winners!

Thanks again!
Paulette

Potpourri said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. They are perfect for Christmas gifts.

Nedra said...

Great job again, and those are SO your colors.

CJ said...

Oh that is so cute and I LOVE the fabrics you used. I should make a couple of these for my friends - a just because gift. :D Thanks so much, Kim!

Dena said...

Kim ~ Thank you for the tutorial for these bags. They will make great gifts.

Barb said...

Love the bag, my sewing ladies will just love doing it!!

Eni said...

preciosos trabajos
saludos

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Thanks for tutorial Kim. Love your fabrics. Your header keeps evolving and I'm looking forward to seeing how it all settles down ;-) Have a great weekend.

Annie of Blue Gables said...

That is so cute. I think the fabrics make it even more darling! Good tutorial thanks
~a

The Rabbit Factory said...

Thanks for taking the time to make the tutorial...so nice of you to share!

Heather said...

Awesome! I haven't visited in awhile and I've got to say I love your header! I'm hoping that there is a new tutorial here somewhere for the cute quilty wallets. :)

JoAnn Scott said...

Another cute project Kim. How do you do it? I'm heading downstairs right now to give it a try. Thanks

Mrs Quilty said...

What an adorable bag! I absolutely will try it! Thanks for the tutorial and the pictures sure help!!! Darling!

Anne said...

Very nice tutorial! And the Buttercup Bag is too cute!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Thanks you so much Kim for putting this tutorial together. It will be very useful!

Material Mary said...

Kim,
What a cute little bag. I'm for sure going to make this one. Thanks so much for sharing your talents.
Mary

SG said...

Thanks for the great tutorial! It's cute!

Jackie said...

Love the tutorial! I just love the fabrics that you chose. Some of my favorite colors. Thanks for a wonderful interview on the Incredible woman blog.

Miriam said...

Thank you for another great bag! I am going to make this one too!!!

Dawn said...

Thanks for the fantastic tutorial!

Thimbleanna said...

Cute, cute bag Ms. Bitty Bit. Love those YOU fabrics -- I love that I can pick out your gfg flower on Jodi's blog LOL!

mom2three said...

Adorable!! Thank you!