Made with love by people like you…
“I just finished a walker bag for a dear friend and can’t thank you enough for all the detailed instructions. I used only one layer because it was basically yellow canvas, and the straps and pockets are taupe denim. I also used freebie tools (the gentleman was in the construction trades) from Buzz Tools site.
I folded over the denim pockets on the bottom and used only two pockets on front and back since his hands are large. I also used my industrial machine with heavy upholstery thread for the seams and buttons, and I made shank-type buttons with heavy thread. Thank you so much!”
This is a story shared with me some time back and, with permission, I’ve chosen to share with you. If you have a similar story that you’d like to share, I’d love to hear it. If you’re a shutterbug, then I’d love to see it because I find inspiration in hearing from you. Hopefully, others will too.
“I think the human race made a big mistake at the beginning of the
industrial revolution, we leaped for the mechanical things, people
need the use of their hands to feel creative.”
– Andre Norton
2 thoughts on “Made with love – Sunny Chanonais’ Walker Bag Story…”
This bag is too cute. Great fun ways to make them personable for each! Thanks for sharing.
Oh yes. They compare walker bags at the homes. Visitors comment on them. They are good conversation starters.