Makers Tote #2 went a little better. It's smaller and I skipped the zipper pocket. The foam was still a pita to work with when I applied the binding, but being smaller it was a little easier to maneuver through my machine. I'm using it for my coloring books/markers/pencils which are a bit heavy so this one doesn't sit nicely.
Maker's Tote #3 I love :) No foam in this one, I quilted the fabric, including the gusset and it sits up like a charm. I made this one for Penny Lane's birthday and filled it with craft stuff.
The first three were made before Bag It officially started so aren't counted for ballots in the draw, but I hadn't posted about them yet. Now I have :)
These next two bags get counted for ballots in Bag It :)
Maker's Tote #4 is another big one, using foam. My sister wanted a carry on for her trip to Cuba in February so got all the makings and I sewed it up this week. She also wanted the zipper pocket, which I cheated on and made a patch pocket with a zipper. :) No agro with this one, maybe I've got the how tos down pat.
And finally, a star wars lunch bag, loosely following Patti's tutorial . I didn't have the Insul Shine so just opted for a quilted bag. Mine also has a draw string instead of velcro. It will work great for Sam's (my sister's b/f) lunch containers.
Linking up with Bag It Entries at Elm Street Quilts (for the last two bags only).