Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Love Letters Post Bag for Riley Blake Designs

Valentine's Day is in less than a month! Are you ready? I think I am. I made a Post Bag using Love Letters by Lindsay Wilkes from The Cottage Mama for Riley Blake Designs. Lindsay designs the cutest retro style fabric out there and Love Letters doesn't disappoint! 

I have to say my most favorite print from this collection is the stripe and of course the retro bears! Lindsay combines ditsy florals with the cutest graphics. It goes perfectly with my vintage books and ephemera collection. I'm simply in love with Love Letters and you will be too!

Here is the Love Letters Post Bag:

The bag features a removable strap, two big front pockets, and a drawstring closure.



The backside of the bag has a clear pocket so you can store and see all your cute things!



I used leather and brass for the strap placement.

I love the postal envelope print and thought it would be perfect for the drawstring closure.

The inside of the bag is cute too and has one large pocket to store maybe stationary and ephemera, or Valentines!


Generous is size, the Love Letters Post Bag hold quite a bit!


Love Letters is available now, so check your local quilt/fabric shop or online! Happy early Valentines Day!

Karen

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