First up, let's do some wavy totes!
Pretty, eh? I like the patchworky look it has. It's hard to tell without the other size right next to it, but Lisa made the smaller version (and I think the first one submitted).
Maria made this one is from some elegant looking home dec fabrics. I love the red! I think I want a fancy dress made out of it, if anyone wants to hook me up.
That marble copybook blue is a nice complement to those bright flowers. Nice work, Barbara!
I don't have a name for the submitter of this one, but she claims it's her first bag ever. I feel inclined to call her a liar--it looks too good for a first try! I say that jokingly, of course. Bravo! My first bag looked nowhere near as good :)
Judith posted this lovely butterfly bag. My mom has a soft spot for butterflies and her name is Judy, too. Just sayin'.
Text prints are huge right now, so I love this one from Marisa. The script gives it a lovely scroll look, and an understated elegance.
Isn't this cool? Gaile made this for an FSU fan--I hope she liked it because that came out nice!
I don't know who made this one either, but they were clearly feeling the football vibe, too. I like the bright blue with it. Diggin' that contrast.
That's it for the wavies right now. We've got a few totes in there as well--
CraftyTokyoMama shared a simple and pretty Insanely Easy Tote. There is something just so fresh about blue and white.
But of course I dig the floral color explosion of this One Yard Tote by Sandy.
She also made one in the reverse. How's that for fabric efficiency?! Or maybe it's the lining of the first? I can't tell but either way I like it. Such happy colors!
Paula made a super-cute backpack. I might be afraid to carry it myself as I have an irrational fear of creepy-crawlies, but I think it's adorable anyway :)
And she also made this one. How stinkin' cute is this fabric? So cute I could eat it! See what I did there? Hahaha--because I would totally eat everything on it.
And finally, we have some crochet! I am a bit chilly at the moment, so I very want to wrap myself up in this blocky stripe scarf.
I don't have a name for the creator of this one either, but it sure is a wonderful crochet job.
That's all I've got for now (and I think that's plenty for this pic-heavy post, eh?). Keep 'em comin' and I'll keep sharin'! As long as it's ok with you--if your work is up there and you don't want it to be please let me know and I'll take it down. I do so love when you share things in that pool--inspiration is something that's always welcome here!