BIg-City Bags by Sara Lawson is on AMAZON!!!!! WOOT WOOT! | Go-Go Kim

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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

BIg-City Bags by Sara Lawson is on AMAZON!!!!! WOOT WOOT!

Sara's book, Big City Bags Sew with Style, Sass and Sophistication published by the wonderful folks at Martingale is available on for pre-order!!!!! 

Sara from Sew Sweetness was a small girl with a big dream! As long as I have known her, she has wanted to be a bag designer, this IS her passion and she is AMAZING at designing.  She wakes, dreams, breaths and lives patterns.  This book is not a thrown together with no attention pattern book...this IS the best DARN bag pattern book available!  

Here is a small sampling of the bag patterns that are included.  All the bags in this book have been tested by regular sewers with AMAZING results!  Sara always has testers sew her patterns first to work out all of the small details making certain that every skill level can use her patterns.  I can even sew her bags and I am NOT a bag sewer!!!!

LOVE this Tula Pink fabric!!!!  And I LOVE Sara :o) Isn't she adorable!?!?!

Congratulations Sara on a much deserved and fabulous book!!!!


Katy Cameron said...

Sara does do amazing bags, and I secretly want her fabric stash. Okay, not so secretly really... ;o)

Ella said...

I love her patterns, and she's truly so lovely herself!

Sara @ Sew Sweetness said...

<3 you!!!

Anna Smith said...

The instructions are very well written with clear illustrations. I learned a lot from this book and enjoyed it. I bought the Kindle version and found it easier to go online to print patterns. This book has beautiful color pictures of the bag that you can make. The instructions are wonderfully written and well explained. I like Sarah's bag and pouch pattern. She explains every little detail well. It also has videos on its website, showing how to create patterns for almost all of its projects. I think my handbags and pouches have become more professional than their patterns and guidance.

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