Thursday, January 28, 2010

Shoe Bag

My creative brain has been neglected lately. Well, not in the work sense, but in the sense of making pretty and useful things. Finally, I had a night when I didn't have late meetings. I made this shoe bag. I'll use it next week for the big work trip.

Here's the tutorial I followed, from Betz White who wrote Sewing Green. The nice thing about this shoe bag is that it takes little fabric - a perfect scraps or salvaged fabric project!

9 comments:

Marilyn said...

Have a good work trip. Our minds do need the creative outlet from time to time don't they? Nice shoe bag.

Marlena said...

Love the bag and the shoes. Remember to take care of yourself and have fun.

parTea lady said...

That is a pretty and useful sewing project. Thanks for the link. Hope the big work trip goes great.

sweetcakes said...

Very cute!

Betz White is also the author of Warm Fuzzies. This is the book that has the patterns for the felted teacup pin cushion and the felted purse that I made you. :)

Steph said...

Thank you all for the encouragement! I feel it!

bloomgirl said...

great idea!

Southern Touch Catering said...

Too, cute. I never think about shoe bags. That is such a great idea. I hope you have a great business trip and remember to have a little fun too.

mep said...

Love your shoe bag . . . great that it is both practical and delightful!

Kas said...

Great shoe bag Steph! Good luck at the big work event!