I usually make kids' knits, which are easy to let go because they don't fit me. I am not used to giving away things that I would love to have and use! I absolutely adore this "dejeuner bag" from Quince & Co.
I've never worked with linen before, but I quite enjoyed it. I particularly like their version, called Sparrow. The color is beautiful, rich and natural. The pattern is double stranded, which is a bit of a pain, as sometimes I dropped a part of a stitch. I'm particular enough that I tend to rip it out and do it over again. It's a bit of a nasty habit, but I think the final product makes it all worthwhile.
I'm not sure if these handles will hold up - or how comfortable they would be with a fully loaded bag, but they certainly look graceful.
Ah well, I'll get over giving it away, and I can always make another, right? Ahem. . . could I please be granted weeks that contain twice as many hours, please?
Things are really busy here on this front. I have a lot of making to do for two online courses I'm going to be teaching - very exciting, and something I will let you know more about soon. I have my 1001 peeps Summer Camp project coming up this friday - so keep your eyes out for something very dramatic and exciting.