Reversible Hobo Bag - Testers bags


Hi everyone,

Thank you so much for your kind words about my Reversible Hobo bag pattern, I'm so pleased you love it as much as I do!

Today I've got the gorgeous tester pics to show you! I'll just show you the ones from this round's testing.

There's some more from my testers who tried the pattern with crazy patchwork accents as featured on The Sewing Loft this week which I'll share with you another day.

 First up is Amy from Virginia Girl Designs. I love her autumnal colours, it's the perfect slouchy bag!
 Next up is Ana Cristina from Ana Cristina Handmade with a bag anyone would be proud to tote around!
 Cheryl's up next with this Tula Pink Bumble bag! Absolutely gorgeous! You can see more of her makes over on her website, Cheryl's quilts and more.
 Crystal from The Cloth Albatross has pulled it out of the bag again with this stunning creation, I love her gold hardware, really finishes this bag off perfectly!
 Diana has used this gorgeous lantern print for her hobo bag. It's taking a well earned rest on the fence post after being toted around being admired!
 Jessica from XO Jessica chose not to make her bag reversible, and popped a slip pocket inside. Great idea and perfect for a big slouchy bag like this!
 Chrissie made her reversible hobo in two neutrals, I can see this suiting a lot of outfits!
Next up is Laura who shows you both sides of her reversible bag here. I love that grey print!
 Leslie from Love Rubie Handbags used this gorgeous leather for her accents and I love the pop of dark around the back zipped pocket!

Nancy from Fun with Fabric definitely did have fun with fabric for her Reversible hobo bag, it looks great!
 Sandie made her cute Autumn bag from wale cord and co-ordinating cotton. Pop over to her blog to read more details!
 Susan's bag is made from these perfectly co-ordinating cottons, I love that she's sent a photo of the lining so that you can see the flap catch on the inside...this is what makes this bag reversible!
 Finally today is Terri from A Creative Princess. I love that she's introduced a third colour, the red, which goes so perfectly with her other two fabrics and really pops on the black!
Once again I have to say how truly grateful I am for my testers. I'm bowled away with their talents and their willingness to invest their time, skills and supplies to helping me make better patterns.

My thanks go to all of my testers, you should all be so proud of your bags!

If you'd like to make your own Reversible hobo bag you can pop over and pick up your copy, which fabrics will you use for yours?

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