July 14, 2010

new bags and missing toes


First of all - THE MODEL IS BACK ON DUTY! Oh boy, was that ever a tough week. No, it's not that I missed her or anything. I just missed her modeling. You may recall my sad attempt at being a substitute while simultaneously using the self timer on the camera. Yeah. Not a good idea. So anyway, once my brain swam out of it's post vacation, semi-catatonic state, I got the old tush in gear and began to make a few things. Here's a peek...

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

Aren't her arms and little feet pretty? I'm so glad she's back. Not sure what happened to one of her toes. Note to self - ask model if she lost a toe at summer camp.

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

I love this modern fabric. The green spot on the front is embroidered and matches the lining.

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

I got more of the script fabric. This tote has a recycled leather belt handle
and two zippered suede pockets.

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

This bag is huge and I am in love with it. I want it because it's lightweight and holds practically anything. Jessie - oops, the model says you could hide a baby inside.
That's just a little scary.

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

One of the bags I tried to photograph with the self timer.
This attempt turned out much better.

It's pretty clear that I'm going through some sort of blue phase at the moment.

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

waterstone recycled leather handbags accessories lori plyler

I've made four cell phone cases so far. The thought of making them was a happy accident - serendipity. Now I'm wondering what's next around the corner.

So, what's next for you?
Is it something you create with your hands, something delicious to eat, or a wonderful trip?
What's your obsession?


9 comments:

  1. This missing toe isn't going to impact babysitting abilities, is it? It's all about me ;)

    What's next for me? Sleep and then a Mexican dinner with friends Saturday night. Can. Not. Wait.

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  2. Looks like you're back in the groove! or should I say groovy? Good new bags!! My newest hit is my eyeglass cases. I sold 4 this week!! woohoo! Can't wait to make some fun new flowers.

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  3. oh yea! the missing toe, LOL!

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  4. lovely bags! you make me want to get the sewing machine out. although, i don't have your talent

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  5. The missing toe hasn't impacted her life thus far, so I think babysitting will resume as expected.

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  6. Congrats on the cases, Debi!

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  8. The missing toe is hysterical...
    Love all the new bags! The blue and white fabric of the tote is absolutely gorgeous and I'm loving the embroidery you've added!

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  9. Maybe it's a magic toe and comes and goes at will ! Love the fabrics.

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