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I can make one more bag using the Chartreuse and the floral pattern.

Keep in mind the placement will be different on the floral pattern. I can send you text of the button options.   Call or text me if you're interested.


Here's the history behind these two remnants:

The chartreuse velvet is from yardage for a coat.

The Celosia Velvet in Evening Bloom by Delinda Graphic Studio was fabric I purchased from Spoonflower for pillows to coordinate with our new peacock and rust velvet sofas.

I have enough of the Evening Bloom to make one more bag, but I can't decide between teaming it up with a rust velvet or an emerald green.

The vintage button is the last of 6 that I used years ago on a green faux fur coat.



I recently designed this bag for myself. I've never been a fan of big bags, but covid showed me that I needed something larger than my cell phone pouches to carry everything I needed. 


The silhouette is reminiscent of a saddle bag with an organic, almost kidney shape that lays perfectly on the hip.

It's not too big or bulky but carries everything I need while making them easily accessible.

The strap is super comfortable and secure.

There's a snug pocket on the outside if you need to grab your cell phone quickly along with two pockets in the interior.

There's even a loop on each side and one carabiner clip for your keys to so you won't have to go fishing.


I am determined to reduce my fabric stash.

I have challenged myself to take a few pieces each week and create something new.

Most will be one of a kind, some will be one of few.



Saddlebag in Chartreuse Velvet with Celosia Velvet in Evening Bloom

  • Bag: 10" wide at widest point, 10" long at longest point.

    51" strap but my more petite friends can request a shorter length.


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