Here's the second Convertible Bag (March Bag) that I've made. The pattern is from Samantha from Sewing Patterns from Mrs H. I sold the first one I did recently and I thought I should make another one. When looking through my stash I got excited on how it will look with this southwestern print cotton I got recently. I think they look great together!
I just had 1/2 a yard of the print so I decided to make the strap a solid black like the front pocket. I got lucky and the 1/2 yard was just enough!! Having some solid black cotton fabric around always comes handy.
I have it available at my Etsy Store here.
I also found some Necessary Clutch Wallets (pattern from Emmaline Bags) that I had cut and fused some time ago and were not finished. When I started making these wallets I went a bit crazy making many versions and I guess that's why I left these two unfinished. Making this wallet is addictive. It should have a warning sign on it! :-) I had used the fabric previously on the pattern but in other colors ( here ) . It's a match I really like.
For these I did not used the accent piece on the flap. I just kept it simple but used Peltex on the whole flap for sturdiness. The fabric is Robert Kaufman House Designer - Fusions Ombre.