Are you ready for yet more beautiful Aspen Crossbody Bag pictures? I am fortunate to have an amazing group of testers that take so many great pictures of their creations that it takes two blog posts to share all of them! If you missed yesterday's blog post, it is definitely worth a look! And ow here are today's inspiring Aspen Crossbody Bag testers' pictures . . .
Marilyn Brandt of Shades of Bold made this amazing Aspen Crossbody Bag! I love the fabrics she used, the green zippers and lining really pop in a fantastically fun way on this Aspen Crossbody! Marilyn made the small size and said, "The small size is just the right size for me. It was so fun to make, too."
I love this blue Aspen Crossbody Bag that Barbara Dorig of Schönes aus Stoff bee dee made! Barbara made the small size Aspen Crossbody Bag. She used oil cloth for the front pocket and straps and she also added a zipper pocket on the back! I love the combination of fabric and oil cloth on the strap!
The purple cork fabric combined with the beautiful multi-colored fabric on this Aspen Crossbody Bag really give it a sophisticated look. Cathy Bellamy of Sew Devine made this large Aspen Crossbody Bag. I love the additions Cathy made to her bag - the tassel, the fabric on the strap, and the extra slip pocket on the interior.
Cathy Bellamy made a second large Aspen Crossbody Bag! This one is a more casual one made with home decor polka dot fabric and some great black faux leather. I love the way she used the faux leather on the main part of the front pocket and the polka dot for the flap!
Noor Raats of Quiro and Me made this gorgeous, large size Aspen Crossbody Bag using Essex linen and a cute confetti fabric for the pocket. I love how the fabric Noor used for the front pocket and the blue zippers make this Aspen Crossbody Bag look casual and fun! I would wear this bag anywhere and everywhere! Noor said about making the Aspen Crossbody Bag, "It's a fun sew with a fabulous end result! I love my bag!"
This large Aspen Crossbody Bag was made by Melanie Wilson. Melanie's Aspen Crossbody Bag is just adorable with its red front pocket and lining. The blue and red fabric combination makes me think this bag is ready for a Independence Day celebration or a picnic!
Carolyn Hoxton made her Aspen Crossbody Bag using Red Hat Club fabric. She finished her bag just in time to take it to her Red Hat Club meeting where I'm sure all the ladies wished they had a bag just like her's! I love the pink solid fabric and the purple zipper that Carolyn used on her Aspen Crossbody Bag - such a great color pop!
I am so excited about the Aspen Crossbody Bag that I want to celebrate with a little giveaway! You have three chances to win an Aspen Crossbody Bag pattern. To enter, comment on the "giveaway" posts on Instagram, on the Uniquely Michelle Facebook Page and on the Uniquely Michelle Facebook Group. The posts look like the one pictured above. I will randomly draw one lucky winner from each social media post this Saturday, May 27 at 5:00 MST. Good Luck!!!
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