Homesteads and Heritages is a unique bag made from a vintage colonial print I found at an antique store.
The flap has different fabric pieces sewn together making a quilt-like look.
Under the flap is a beautiful embroidered piece from a tablecloth purchased at the same antique store. My friend Cheryl gave me the rusty orange, and green and white check fabric that I needed to compliment the vintage pieces.
The front has a large pocket divided in three, made from the barn on the fabric- just perfect.
I just had to use the majestic eagle and so he is flying at the top of the back of the bag.
Below are two pockets, the cell pocket had a perfect spot for a fancy rhinestone button.
The lining has 3 pockets across it and one small one with a cute button for extra decoration.
All the piecing was time consuming, but worth the effort for a fun creation.
Bid on this bag by leaving your name and a bid in the comments section. Bidding starts at $25 and increases by whole $s please. Highest bidder at 8am (PDT) on Saturday, September 20th gets the BAG! Postage extra (from Phoenix, AZ). This bag was created by Grace.