Mystery Project {Reveal} The Lickety Split Bag

Phew! I finally manage to find time to finish this beauty if you follow me on instagram you probably have seen me post pictures of what i was working on, without giving too much away.

I am totally and utterly in love with this bag, not only is it beautiful but it’s a pretty spacious a idea bag for every day use however what i love most about this bag is that its reversible!!!

Lickey Split bag

The side pockets are a perfect size enough to carry a small bottle of water! and they are 4 of them too!

Black red pocket detail

The pattern i used to make the bag is from Made by Rae which i enjoyed making. The directions were clear and a beginner would be able to make this with some guidance. I used Omani Braism to make the bag and i am so glad i did! I like the touch of Omani in my products and plan on having a whole collection dedicated to it!

Black full

I finished making the bag in the afternoon and used it when i went to the gym and not only did i get asked about my bag i have some orders for it too!! WHOO HOO!!

Red Full

The only thing i would change about the bag is that i would add some sort of closure probably magnetic snap because i dont like having the bag open.

So what are you thoughts on the bag? could you see yourself carrying one?

I hope you do because they will be available in my online shop in a couple of months (will reveal date soon) and i will have them in 3 or 4 colors super excited about it all.

Thank you for stopping by, Be creative!

by mayya

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3 Responses to Mystery Project {Reveal} The Lickety Split Bag

  1. Nima says:

    wow..that’s a beautiful bag Mayya..lovely colours too
    Nima´s last blog post ..Quilted Table Runner

  2. Pingback: 2013 Top Ten Downloadable Patterns – #8 Lickety Split Bag from Made By Rae | Pink Chalk Studio

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