Sewing

Bronze Mini Making Backpack

I just love how this one turned out! I had so many piles of different fabric combinations, but this one found its way to the top! This beautiful bronze mini Making Backpack might be my fave.

bronze mini Making Backpack

Sewing up samples is always my favorite part of a new pattern! I love picking through my stash (and maybe ordering a few new ones) and pulling all the notions together. My cutting table is usually piled very high with different combinations and sometimes when they topple over I find a new combo that jumps out at me.

I’m so glad I went with my gut on this one. The bronze color is just amazing in person. I know everything was gray for so long, so it’s really refreshing to see more warm browns out there. I especially love how the tone on tone version looks. Don’t get me wrong, I love all sorts of pairings, but I’m definitely into this look.

Summer Sewing

What’s everyone up to this summer (or winter for our southern hemisphere friends)? I talked about doing a smallish sew-along for the Making Backpack, but I also considered doing a blog post or two (including a video) instead of doing an email based version.

I think I mentioned it before, but my friend Jess of Oklaroots has a full on video tutorial featuring the Regular size Making Backpack. Check that out if you’re itching to get going.

If you have any opinions on what you’d like to see from me, I’d love to hear.

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6 thoughts on “Bronze Mini Making Backpack

  1. Karen says:

    I would really like to participate in the sew along for the Mini Making Backing. I also love the warm browns you used to make yours. hope for the sew along soon.

  2. Carol W DeJong says:

    Anna, I love your sandals! Would you consider sharing the brand? Working on my backpack now, using some loon fabric <3

  3. Doris Pederson says:

    Your bag is lovely!
    What size is your bag?
    Where did you get this pattern?
    Have you made a video?

    1. Anna Graham says:

      Hi Doris,
      Thank you! All the pattern information is linked below the “Project Details” section of the post. The video is linked above the last picture.

      1. Doris says:

        Thank you

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