Enclosed are two photos of a bag I've just finished using your
Q0294 Touch of Weaving set.
The first photo is of the front or back of the bag, the second photo is
of the bottom.
The bag consists of 22 squares and the fabric, faux suede, was
originally a curtain purchased.
I came across the original bag design in the UK embroidery magazine
'Flair' no. 5.
It consists of 22 squares and is one of the most useful bag shapes I
The fabric is a recycled faux suede curtain from the local charity shop
and is lined with a plain cotton.
The handles are recycled webbing straps covered with the same faux suede
and stitched down using a utility stitch.
Like many bag patterns it can be varied so much - size of the squares,
fabric, many of your own designs could be used.
I think it best described as being joined 'on point' and I was pleased
when I realised just how well the pattern 'flowed' around the bag.
Best wishes, Laura (in Scotland UK)
PS Would you please convey my congratulations to Doreen in UK - her
cushions are exquisite.