Well, I mean, it didn’t really start out a cute little tote bag.
It was more in the “functional” category of beauty.
But Sis loves using it to tote all her stuff. [She even asked for a mommy hook like I have on the big stroller (which Big Bro lovingly provided by going and digging out one of his carabiners, smart!).]
So I grabbed a few random fabric scraps.
…Ruffled them (here’s my uber-simple ruffling technique if you happen not to have a ruffler foot on your machine)…
…And sewed them in three rows (a row at a time) onto the bag…
[Do the bottom row first, flip it down, then move on to the next.]
…Then top stitched just the top row and called it done!
…Hmm, well, or almost done…
I decided to trim up a couple of the rows. It’s summer, right? Short skirts are in, right? …Even on totes? 🙂
Ahhh! Better! Now really done!
Think Sissy will notice? 😉
Hmm, now what else should I cute-ify with ruffles? [Don’t get me started!]
Here’s other girly sewing fun, too…