Saturday, September 4, 2010

Little Evening Bag

A strong deep red embroidered bag with lots
of beading on the front.
Lined with champagne colored
silk dupioni, a small snap closure, a
deep red satin cording with a 19 inch
drop and finished off with a silky tassel of champagne,
red and moss green.
Just right for a night out when you don't 
want to carry a big purse. Just slip this around your neck
with the bare essentials inside and your good to go!
Measures 7 1/2inches long( not including the tassel)
with tassel it is 11 1/2 inches
Width is 6 inches.
The bag has padding for the feel of softness and protecting 
your valuables.
A fun little project for sure!

13 comments:

Createology said...

Hi Sharon: This is a lovely little special bag. Just the right size for those necessities. Happy and Safe Labor Day Holiday...

MosaicMagpie said...

I love this little bag. Just the right size when you don't need to carry everything but the kitchen sink. Such a pretty lining too.
Debbie

It's me said...

What a beautiful little bag !! wonderful......great job !!.....lovely sunday......hugs Ria...

Tammie said...

absolutely elegant and lovely~

Laurie said...

This is so beautiful Sharon, I'm very partial to the colors, and it's so dainty! Stunning!

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Beautiful, Sharon! Love it.
xoxo
Donna

Shirley said...

Your little bags are so adorable. I love the red evening bag especially since it would be easy to keep track of by wearing it around your neck. I like your bag from the previous post. Have a great day.

Shirley said...

Your little bags are so adorable. I love the red evening bag especially since it would be easy to keep track of by wearing it around your neck. I like your bag from the previous post. Have a great day.

Merry said...

So pretty and what a wonderful shape.

wendy said...

As always your work is beautiful! Have a wonderful weekend. Wendy

Little Messy Missy said...

Very cute, thanks for sharing!

Diane said...

The shape is so unexpected! Love it!
Diane

Judy S. said...

Fabulous work, Sharon. How do you find time to do such intricate projects and garden, too?