Sunday, March 25, 2018

British or Canadian?

Made a tote bag today using this pattern.  Very simple and easy to do.  So if I am feeling very British you have this side showing all the time.
 In a Canadian mood, have this side showing.
 Inside is also half and half.
Both of us sick with the stomach flu, so nothing much getting done...........

Fabric, Canada on is Sesquicentennial Northcott fabrics and London one is Destinations Northcott Fabric.

13 comments:

Jackie said...

Love the tote. I hope you feel better very soon.

God bless.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Lovely bag. Hope you are both over the tummy bug soon,

Anne in the kitchen said...

That is a cute tote!

Joy said...

What a fun bag - I love it!
J x

Boyett-Brinkley said...

Really nice tote, Gill! I love both of the fabrics!

Wisewebwoman said...

I'm such a bag lady, this would be perfect for knitting. Or greengrocering.

XO
WWW

Wisewebwoman said...

I'm such a bag lady, this would be perfect for knitting. Or greengrocering.

XO
WWW

William Kendall said...

A cool bag!

Jane said...

Very cute! I like BOTH sides best :)

Margie from Toronto said...

What a great idea - I love it! Since I was born in Scotland but raised Canadian I'd have to make a bit of a change to the UK side! :-) But it is a brilliant idea! Just think of all the possible combinations you could come up with if you decided to make some for sale here in Canada!

Get well soon.

Iris said...

Ha! What a smart idea!

Jan said...

love the bag!

Jenn Jilks said...

That is fun!!!!