« Half Way Point | Main | One Hydrangea Petal »

October 11, 2006

Felted Bag Inspiration

The nona-sisters -- all 5 of us -- are not particularly skilled with the blow dryer, tend to interrupt in conversation, and have ugly feet.  We do, however, have a knack for finding great bags.  Not fancy purses mind you, no, our style tends toward fun, hip, practical, and big enough to store a hand craft or two.  nona-sister-the-youngest recently scored big time with the Nina Messenger bag from 2modern.com.  Don't you think a felted version is called for? ... nona does ...

October 11, 2006 in Project - Felting | Permalink


Bless Nona-sister-the-youngest for having the chaching to buy that bag! I'm poor due to a new spinning wheel, no no fun new bag for me!

Knitting one would be the perfect solution though.

Posted by: The Queen of the Snow Cows | Oct 11, 2006 11:18:58 AM

Thanks for bringing that website to our attention-- good stuff there. To jump to another topic entirely, how's the log-cabin quilt doing? (I'm especially curious because I had so many comments on possible joining methods, etc. Call it "vicarious knitting".)

Posted by: Gretchen | Oct 11, 2006 1:17:52 PM

do it, nona, you must. it is necessary. and you are the woman for the job. and i bet you can do it for less than 110!

Posted by: erin michelle | Oct 11, 2006 3:32:10 PM

good idea!

Posted by: callie | Oct 11, 2006 7:05:30 PM

I just saw one of these bags this weekend and can not stop thinking about it. They are so cute.

Posted by: Jessica | Oct 11, 2006 11:11:54 PM

Yes please!

Posted by: Sharon | Oct 12, 2006 5:58:13 AM

oooo, me likey! That would call for stranded knitting (or whatever the right term is) and therefore I shall not do it (yet) because that is beyond me right now, but I look forward to your version!

Posted by: Aura | Oct 12, 2006 8:47:04 AM

Pretty bag.....just i thing we could make it for a tiny fraction of the price....have to think about how...but i think it's possible :)

Posted by: Pilar | Oct 14, 2006 11:15:39 AM

The comments to this entry are closed.

All patterns, designs, content, and photographs Copyright 2004-2010 nonaKnits and Carolyn Quill Steele. All rights reserved. If you have any copyright questions or request, please ask -- nonaKnits at gmail dot com.