Monday, July 13, 2009

Three new bags...

...coming to an art gallery gift shop near you!



(if you happen to live near 1506 Mission Street, South Pasadena)

14 comments:

cally said...

I LOVE them!!!

I want to catch a flight just to glance in the window of a fancy art gallery and see them hanging there, with fancy art people ooing.

So great Lori!

The Borden Family said...

Are you saying that you are making and selling these bags? How wonderful. They are great looking bags!

Sharlene, Mom, Grammy said...

The bags turned out FANTASTIC!! Yes, I'm a proud Mom, but hey, they'd fly with me no matter who made them. They are terrific--such talent! Good luck!!! So proud of you!

Natalie said...

oh my goodness gracious! they are gorgeous.

julie said...

Great job Lori! I can't decide which one is my favorite.

Brad said...

Yeah Lori..yeah Lori...yeah Lori...yeah yeah!

stacey said...

Do you sew clothes too? I need help learning how to alter a shirt...

Erica said...

Very impressive Lori! What a talented lady :)

Julie said...

Oh fiddlesticks, I need to learn how to sew!!! The creative-artsy part of me just sees sew many opportunities, SEW very many things to create, if only I knew how to use a sewing machine!
-Jessica

Laura Clapp said...

LOVE them!!! My favorite is the top left. I like the contrast in colors. SEW nice. (sorry i couldn't help myself)

lisa said...

I want the one on the right! Awesome jog Lori!

Jenica said...

Love 'em. Do you sell online anywhere?

Alice Wills Gold said...

Wow Lori...you're big time now...love all of them...so artsy.

Lori said...

Thanks everyone, maybe not a one will sell, but it's exciting to have the chance anyway. I basically got hooked up thanks to the amazing talents of my artist-sister-in-law, Susan. She had a show in Space Art Gallery in South Pasadena, CA. She happened to be using the bag I made her for Christmas while she was there and the gallery owners said they liked it and were willing to let me sell some on consignment in their gallery. I'd love to try and sell stuff online sometime (maybe blog, maybe etsy) when I gain the proverbial "more time".
Stacey-I am far less competent at clothing, but I'd be happy to attempt to give you advice on your shirt if you still need it.