My market stall: bag a bargain

Feeling confident and ready to set out my market stall.

I’ve decided to start by whetting your senses with a very small selection of my individual – unique even – bags. I’ve already posted a photo of the Lion Satchel and now I’m ready to add the Atlas Messenger Bag.

When creativity calls, here’s the perfect satchel
Bright lion print satchel will hold an A4 watercolour pad along with travel paints and brushes. And there’s still room for a mobile, purse, tissues, water bottle. Just the job for a day’s sketching outdoors.
For days out when the only company you want is a good book
Light cotton cross-body bag in a fun atlas print. The main section is big enough for a standard paperback, with pockets to hold a mobile, purse, jotter and pen.
Perfect for Summer days or a seaside jaunt
The Anchors bucket bag is made of a light canvas fabric that is durable and washable. A zippered internal pocket and a hook for attaching a keyring means valuables can be kept safe.
(Not yet available in my Folksy Shop.)
Sew perfect for keeping fabric or yarn projects
Vintage Haberdashery design light canvas fabric makes a fun way to carry your sewing, knitting, or crochet projects. It has two full-size sections and smaller internal pockets for holding notions.
(Not yet available in my Folksy shop.)

Please check out my Folksy shop to see more:

https://folksy.com/shops/GemaInspirations

Being creative is the mainstay of my life, and poetry, prose, and photography is where I express my deepest emotions. I also enjoy the challenge of design and create jewellery, fabric bags, and garments and home items in yarn. Diagnosed with ASD at the age of 68 after fifty years in and out of the mental health system, I now aim to explore and share my experiences over these years. Apart from blogs and short articles I'll share my life in my verse and images.

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