In Bags & Accessories, Fabric

Now that my fabric collection, Dutch Treat, has shipped to stores, I’ve been seeing lots of great projects made with it! It’s very gratifying to see what people are sewing. Dutch Treat is printed on quilting weight cotton, but there are so many other things that can be made with it…like bags!
 
Raspberry Sunshine Dutch Treat

 

Cindy, of Raspberry Sunshine, made a great tote using the dutch wreath print in charcoal grey with a coordinating laptop sleeve. She’s working on a new pattern for it called the Summer Treat Traveler. I love that pop of the red zipper! Visit her blog for more details!

 

Metro Hipster Bag Dutch Treat Fabric
Stacy, of Stacy Sews, combined the same 2 prints to make a Metro Hipster Bag. It’s such a great sized bag for quick trips around town in the summer. Cute! You can read about her bag on her blog.

 

Creativebug Bags Betz White

 

Jen W knocked it out of the park with a full set of bags made with Dutch Treat! All 3 bags are from my Creativebug* classes: The Flight Bag, Travel Kit and Weekend Clutch. Jen used the green colorway of the main dutch print (I like to call it Dutchie Bird) with the tulip stripe print on aqua. Super sweet! You can see more detailed shots of her bags in her Instagram feed: @jenb69_aka_feffer

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Smile and Wave Tote Anjeanette Klinder 3

 

Anjeanette K shared her gorgeous Smile and Wave Tote with me, using the green main print with the dutch wreath on aqua. I love how the prints all play so nicely together. Her tote absolutely makes me smile! I think it might be smiling back at me too. :)

Have you made anything with Dutch Treat? I would love to see it! Tag your photos on Instagram with #dutchtreatfabrics or email me. If you’re looking to buy the fabric, check with your local quilt shop or search online. I’ve seen it available at this website: Just Sew as well as on Etsy.

 

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