Giveaway: Bendy Bag Pattern and Dreamy Fusible Fleece
Lazies, Our new Bendy Bag pattern is here, she is making her way to local quilt shops and there is a bit of Bendy-frenzy going on. So, how about we celebrate our new Girl with a giveaway? Read on for info, pressing tips and to enter the giveaway.
Bendy and Dreamy
Bendy uses one piece of fusible fleece, about the size of a fat quarter. I use my Dreamy Fusible Fleece with Bendy. You’ll also need two fat quarters of fabric and one 14″ poly zipper. Check our Bendy Bag post here for all the juicy details.
Dreamy is perfect for Bendy. This is a small bag that does not require quilting. The seams of the bag will serve as all the quilting needed. Nice! A fusible fleece will help keep layers together during and after construction. A fusible fleece is perfect for this project.
Pressing Tips for Bendy
Bendy is a perfect example of why I designed my Press Perfect line of notions with Clover Needlecraft. Bendy is a small bag and that can present pressing challenges. We are making things we didn’t used to make and we need tools for these new challenges. Let me tell you which tools I used and how I used them.
I profiled the Iron Finger on the blog recently here. It’s made of heat resistant silicone, designed to be used in place of your finger at the ironing board and you can iron on it. The handle is similar in width to a broom handle. Here the Iron Finger is used to press seams during construction. Just place it inside the project to support a seam or detail, then press with an iron. It’s also handy for turning points and final pressing.
2×4 Mighty Mini Board
The Mighty Mini Board is the product that got Press Perfect started – it is an essential for me in my bag making. Essential!!! It’s a rectangular ironing board roughly the size and shape of a 2×4 piece of wood. It offers a convenient way to press small details, long seams, nooks/crannies, etc. Here, Bendy fits on the end and I can press the back seam of Bendy quite nicely. Doing so will help Bendy gracefully stand open when unzipped. Be sure to press the back seam! Then press the sides for a beautiful finish. Love! PS – that’s my Iron Safe on the soleplate of my iron.
Touch Up Pressing Mitt
The Mitt is like both a pressing ham and seam roll in one, with your hand safely inside. Slide your hand into the mitt, then reach inside to support Bendy for pressing. The mitt is bendable and can be manipulated by your hand during pressing. Push and shape the mitt into a corner, narrow area, a bend (literally!) and use your fingers to add pressure for support or detail. Think of the way Play-doh can be smooshed and manipulated. Fold, roll, push, shape the mitt to fit where and how you need it.
One winner will be selected to receive one Bendy Bag pattern and one fat quarter of Dreamy Fusible Fleece from Lazy Girl Designs.
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– Enter by using Rafflecopter below.
– One winner will be chosen.
– Giveaway ends Saturday March 14, 2015.
– I’ll contact the winner via email.
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I am so excited about the Bendy Bag. I have mine pre-ordered and waiting patiently (haha) for it to arrive. From what I have seen this will be perfect for my cords small purse items and to pack thread in for my retreats. Can’t wait. Thanks for the Giveaway. Good Luck everyone
I have a bright red lobster on black fabric that I plan on using to make this with a red polka dot for the inside.
I’m excited to learn about your products and patterns! Thanks for the great giveaway.
I have some neat geometric batik prints – maybe an orange. Yep — sounds like a plan!!
Love all of your patterns !
Joan, I LOVE this new pattern of yours! Can think of SO many uses for it and my mind is going nuts thinking of all the fabrics it would look ADORABLE in. I hope I win! Thanks.
I never win anything so I never enter anything, but I really, really love this bag pattern and would like to make several of these!!! I think I would make mine out of black and white fabric, along with red or cobalt blue…great little bag!
you really want me to say it twice? I LOVE this Bendy Bag and really, really want to win the pattern!!! Don’t make me say it a third time! lol
I have mini sailboats on a dark blue background that would be perfect. The sailboats are white, red, and orange. I would use half sailboats and half orange for the exterior. A bright red would be perfect for the interior.
I have some fun beachy fabric I want to use for this bag.thanks for the giveaway.
Have lots of cool fabrics to use to make a bendy bag. Thnk one of my novelties would look great!
I just love the Bendy Bag! Thanks for the chance to win!
Thank you for this chance to win this fabulous pattern
this is definitely a new project !
I would use a small print, med to dark to not show dirt or spots. Hope I win. Thanks!
I can’t wait to try this cute little bag with my vintage “map” fabric
I would make the Bendy Bag out of some cute, cute Bee in My Bonnet prints. Thanks for the chance!
I have the cutest Owl fabric with owl eye fabric to match in orange and brown. This is what I would use to make the Bendy Bag. Bag is too cute.
Looking forward to seeing the “Bendy Bag Pattern” in stores.
Maybe I will win the free pattern… keeping my fingers crossed.
keep your wonderful & practical patterns coming!
This bag is a great size and shape.
I have just the right fabric for the Bendy. I hope I win.
I think I would like to try using a grey quilters linen
I enjoy making Lazy girl design patterns,, I will be using the “Spring Fling” fabric line for making the “Bendy Bag”..
Good luck Everyone!!
Bendy looks like a perfect bag for corralling small items both at home and when traveling.
I have the right fabric for the Bendy. I hope that I win this bag
I love this fresh and modern design. It has great urban look that will work well with modern fabrics. I can totally see me making several for my husband.
What a nice design and one I would make right away. It’s so nice of you to have corroborated with Clover for those handy tools too. They could be used for a myriad of purposes.
Wow ! what a lovely project , I haven`t sewn for a couple of years , but this makes me want get the fabric out and have a go again ! Thanks for the chance to win.
I just got a new camera and have a nice twill fabric to make a camera bag. This pattern will be perfect!
Have several of your patterns would love to add a new one.
I’ll be using a Downton Abbey fabric fat quarter to give it to my daughter, a Downton Abbey fan.
I would use a new pink/black paisley for the outside and a diamond shape black for the inside. Awesome bag!!!
The Bendy Bag would make great gifts for everyone – men, women,
boys, and girls…. the possibilities are endless!
Would look,cute in a ballerina print for my dancer.
What a really useful little bag and thanks for the giveaway! Hope I’m a winner!
Love the Bendy! I plan on using a darker all over floral in brown, black and orange.
I love all the Lazy Girl patterns – can’t wait to try this one!
The Bendy Bag would make great gifts for everyone – men, women,
boys and girls…the possibilities are endless!
I have some great Small prints that I would love to use with the Bendy Bag. I love your patterns! Thank you.
I love the bendy bag! I think I will use some nautical fabric I have been saving for a special project. Love all your pressing solutions and LOVE your blog! I am a Lazy Girl!
This is such a cute little bag. I can think of many uses for it from meds to cosmetics – it will help me find things that get lost in the bottom of my purses. Thanks for a chance to win.
I have some great small prints that I would love to use with the Bendy Bag. I love your patterns and pressing tools. Thank you.
What a fun bag! It looks adorable!
Endless sewing topic browsing brought me to this fantastic website.. I have begun using silicone in every room of my house. This is my first knowledge of sewing notions. Having ironed (and sewn) fingers I am grateful. I will use an aida so that I can hand cross stitch name of what I keep in the bendy. I bought a very expensive similar bag but not any more. I loose tiny things like hearing aid and glasses and will make a bedside bag I can see!
I have a lovely brown and cream houndstooth duck cloth that is waiting in my stash for this project!
I’m loving bright graphic fabrics right now. Probably something with hot pink in it! Love this bag, and thanks for the giveaway!
Love the new bag!!! Another one to add to my collection!!! Thanks!
I love these bags and have some fun knitting and tea printed cotton to use for them.
I love batkits, so I will for sure use some of my gigantic stash for the outside as well for the inside, green is my favorite color and orange is second, maybe a combination of the two!
A batik for sure!
I’ve been excited about the Bendy Bag since I saw your first post on it. I’ve shown it to my sewy/quilty friends.
Thanks for offering the giveaway.
Love the pattern, just wait to get it 🙂
Can’t wait to try this pattern!!
This looks like a fun bag pattern. I’d like to try it!
I have a beautiful nay blue faux suede I would use to make the Bendy Bag an think I will use a red zipper. This bag is so cute.
I hope I win, but if I don’t I will be buying this pattern anyway!
I love this pattern!
I will use a john deere fabric & make this for my DGS!
Love this little bag.
This bag is so cute. I can think of many uses for it!
so anxious to use the Bendy Bag pattern with some fabrics in my stash!!
I love this pattern, got it as soon as it was out. I’ve made several already, and have some more ready to do this morning. It is fun, and doesn’t take long. It’s one that could be finished in a class that I will teach at my local quilt shop, Edwards Sewing Center in Fort Wayne, IN. When I cut it out, I realized that if I bought 2 half yards, I could get 3 out of it!
Thanks, Joan. You have such great creative ideas.
I think I would make this in a novelty print
This would be a nice birthday present. Will use my FQ from the UK
I love your patterns I have already ordered but would still love to win so I could gift it to my sister. and use your dreamy fusible fleece.. thanks so much for being you!!
I will probably use some favorite batik. Can’t wait to try the pattern.
I think bendy bags would be fun in some of the novelty prints I’ve collected for years but never found a home for. I’ve got a ton of black and white prints– add a colorful zip and it would be perfect.
I have been watching the development of the pattern with great interest. It is something I would like to make.
What a cute bag! I look forward to getting the pattern.
I love your patterns and can always find a reason to have another bag.
I would love to make this pattern and try the fleece.
I can’t wait to get my hands on this pattern!
I have the perfect fabric which I want to use, black with crazy shoes printed all over.
Cannot wait to try this! Another great pattern from Joan!!! Thanks for the give away!
I love western themed material. Horses running in the spring time with green zipper. Can’t wait to get this pattern. Thanks for the chance to win.
I would use a batik, these are my favorite fabrics.
I love all your patterns, Joan, and this is another great one!
I’m not sure what I’d make. There are so many possibilities!
Can’t wait to give this pattern a try!
Looking forward to trying this bag. Would make a great travel makeup bag.
This is the cuties little bag I have seen in years. I intend to use hand dyed fabrics. Love your idea of using the strip of left over zipper for the tab.
What a great lil bag! Looove this pattern! & thanks for the info on the fleece & notions too! 🙂
I have some cool sewing prints (leftovers from a Tote)…would use them for my Bendy Bag! Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way!
would like to win so I could try out this new pattern. It’s a great concept.
I would like to make it in canvas to be used for a golf Garmin. Don’t ask me what that is, he just wnats a bag for it. 🙂
Wow I love them all!! Any of them would be a great prize and make my sewing neater and safer!!
Not quite sure as to fabric yet! Can’t wait to put it together!
This is an adorable pattern. I would love making this using Tim Holtz Eclectic fabrics. I think it would be fantastic, as I love creating altered art and vintage fabrics.
What a cute bag . I want to make one or several : )
I can’t wait to get the bendy pattern that I ordered from Sew Thankful. I can see a Bendy for all the birthdays this year; sons, daughters, in-laws, and grandchildren plus a few good friends.
I just might have to buy new fabric!
Such a cute bag! I would use a modern print to make it for my daughter.
Can’t wait for this pattern. I can think of so many uses for this bag. It seems like it has taken forever for this pattern to come out. It’s like when you’re a kid and waiting for Christmas!!!
I love how this bag stands upright and that the zipper also becomes a nice tag.
I have loads of fabric put aside for bags, so I have many options to choose from.
Can’t wait to try the Bendy Bag. I’m going to blindly reach into my stash of Halloween fabric and use what I grab.
i would love….love to win something…especially something that you have created….that would be awesome…love..the bendy bag….
Lazy girl is my favorite pattern source
I was interested in Bendy bag as soon as I saw it. I’d love to win it. I have all your other ironing products and love them all. Thanks for the reminder that the iron finger can be used to set seams on objects.
i love your patterns and can’t wait to try out Bendy!!
I have a great faux embossed leather that looks real and sews like a dream. I think it would be perfect for a Bendy.
I would use patriotic to carry when we do Quilts of Valor.
Ordered the pattern yesterday — can’t wait for it to arrive!
I love Bendy and the possibilities are endless…from prints to solids, Love It! Thanks for the chance 🙂
Some of my vintage treasures. How cool would the modern design look with VINTAGE FABRIC?
I just used the Dreamy Fleece for the first time this week and I am HOOKED. It was super nice to work with and just the right about of UMPH!
Thanks for great designs Joan!
I would use my Asian fabric. I think that will make a lovely bag. Thanks for a chance to win.
I’d use some of my favorite Tim Holtz fabrics to make this cute bag! Thanks for the sweet giveaway!
The fabric I’ll use for Bendy… That’s a TOUGH decision. I’ll probably make two of them. One with a luscious combination of blues and greens and a second with oranges and pinks. I have so much fabric to select from that it will be fun!
Love the new bag..
I have not made any of your bags yet but I do see them in my future.
I Love your lazy angle and have made several quilts with it.
This morning I finished 200 flying geese, 3″ finished, using your
flying geese ruler for the first time. Love it !!!
Already purchased the fabric for the Bendy Bag. Looked all over for the pattern at the Sewing Expo in Lakeland, FL. Could not find it. Have checked a few quilt shops, could not find it. Would love to have it.
This bag looks really cool!
I love all these products, especially the finger press. This could help on many projects
I would use a Spring print.
Would love the bendy bag
I love the Bendy bag. Has so many uses
Love your blog! So many wonderful ideas!
I would make the Bendy in one of my patterns from Spoonflower,
one of the flower patterns, nice and bright.
I haven’t tried the Dreamy Fusible Fleece yet, but it looks very easy to use.
May also try one of my animal pattern prints from Spoonflower for another Bendy Bag design.
I have some FQ batiks that will workmwellmfor the Bendy
I plan to use a batik.
i would use a blue marble fabric for my first Bendy bag
I have not decided yet but I think I am going to try it many different fabrics but probably one of Stof.A/S basic fabrics.
I have some great batiks that would be awesome for this.
I would make it from recycled blue jeans. My granddaughters would just love it! They could jazz it up with crystals or just use sharpies on it to make another statement!!
Can’t wait to do this with batiks.
Joan, I love this idea! The Sharpies open up all sorts of possibilities and they are perfect with denim. Please post/share a pic when they are done. My best, Joan
Love the design of the Bendy Bag because it is so different than the usual bag pattern. This bag could be a gift for guys and gals–it all depends on the fabric. Looking forward to making them!!
love the bendy shape. Can’t wait to try it
Love learning new sewing tools & techniques!
Such a cute little bag! I would use a bright print to create it.
I’d like the Bendy Bag in a slick, waterproof poly for safe packing of electronics.
Love the Bendy Bag!
Nice to see the new products that make sewing more convenient , safe and fun.
I’d use some Alison Glass – Handcrafted
Great giveaway bag!
So glad to hear the pattern is now available – finally! I’ve been checking online retailers’ websites ever since the first post… Can’t wait to get started!
I would love to make a bendy bag to go I my mini professional bag I made. I would need to be black and white or a turquoise color to match it!
There is some Kaffe Fassett in my stash that would be perfect for this project.
Love you blog – and this bag!
Took me a bit to find this comment part, but now that I have I love creating anything with batiks. they are so pretty.
I can’t wait to get this pattern and would probably make it in a batik or denim.
I would love to win the Bendy Bag pattern. When I saw the first post, I immediately thought of making a bunch for presents for next Christmas. I would make each in the person’s favorite color.
I would love to give this a try.
I will use some fabric that has sewing notions on it.
I love the bendy bag! I can’t wait to get my hands on the pattern! I recently ordered a bunch of your pressing tools. I LOVE them! Guess I need the mitt and 2×4 now!
I was intrigued by the Bendy pattern the first time I saw it. Would love to win the pattern. I plan to make a bunch for Christmas presents in favorite colors for each person.
Dawn, Thank you for trying my Clover Press Perfect tools and I’m thrilled to hear you love them! The 2×4 Mighty Mini Board is amazing and the Mitt is handy, handy, handy. My best, Joan
ooh=la=la Pick me! I love your bags
Love Joan”s patterns
Just joined you recently and am intrigued by those ironing products. Would consider a denim for my Bendy bag.
I think I’ll make my bag from my Handwoven fabric.
I will use scraps for my Bendy Bags. I am a scrap quilter and I use scraps for everything! Debbie In WV
Batik — I would make this bag with batiks for sure — tropical colors!
So many fabrics, too hard to choose. will have to make several Bendys
I cannot decide on the fabric yet, I have so many, but, it will be for my daughter, she would love this!!!!!!
I would love to win your pattern and fleece. As soon as I finish quilting a few project my next project is to make one of your bags.
I so love the idea of the Bendy Bag I am sure to make millions as soon as I get my hands on a pattern, I can see it solving a lot of my needs.
I LOVE Lazy Girl bags! I made one for an auction donation last year and it was a big success!
I have some beautiful owlie fabric that I’ll use!
Can’t wait to make one with some wild L. Burch fabric I have also sure can use some Dreamy Fusible!
I would use a fat quarter of black and white dots with a pink solid for the lining. Thanks for the great giveaway.
Wow, I’ve gotta order one of the Ironing Fingers. That thing will be sooooo handy to use while sewing.
I would use a Canvas like material
How wonderful!! the opportunity to install a zipper in a straight line and then bend it into a corner. I have a whole stack of fabrics waiting to be make into some of these ingenious bags. Thank you!
I would make this bag with a red batik and a black zipper. Thank you for a chance to win.
I would use a red batik and a black zipper. Thank you for the chance to win.
I have floral fabric in mind for my Bendy. Thanks for the great giveaway!!!
Bendy look like so much fun to make.
So many fabrics to choose from! Novelty fabric or batik
I will take from my stash. I’m not sure all I have, but do have a Watermark fabric bundle that is nagging me to use.
If I win, I’ll be making the Bendy out of some of my horse themed stash!
These look so cool – can’t wait to make one!
I have several great fabrics that I will use for several bags. Thank you!
Have a gorgeous piece of leftover upholstery fabric that would be absolutely delicious! Would make it my favorite needlework notions bag. I am too lazy to make some of the more complex ones.
Cotton 100%. Thank you.
I would like to make a REd bag and a Black and white print one. Really looks like a Handy little bag.
The possibilities for fabric choices are endless. I would likely choose some special fabric from my stash—you know, one of those you love so much you are hesitant to cut into them?
I’ll be making one out of math fabric for my daughter
I have one of those iron fingers and it’s great! Have to check out the other tools you mentioned! I’d make several bags in some bright, tropical colored fabrics for summer!
I will make one of math fabric for my daughter
I would love to win this! Thanks!
Love this new bag, great extra bag to put in your purse for just the essentials so if you want to travel light just grab this little bag already loaded with phone, cards, etc.
I have been looking forward to this pattern being rolled out. Can’t wait to purchase.
I would use some 1930 reproduction fabric for the Bendy Bag.
Love this bag!! Would love to make in bright, fun colors!!
I would use something purple and floral!
I would love to win a Bendy Bag pattern. They looked so cute.
Love it! Have a pattern on order and plan to make some as gifts.
I would use batiks!
Something bright and springy!
I really like the bag I love to sew and quilt just about any project
I’d like to use some of the pretty duck cloths I’ve seen recently to make a sturdy pouch.
I’m making this is a black and white batik.
Oh please! Just started out making bags and this would be perfect 🙂
This looks like such a fun bag!
Bendy bag looks like a winner. Not sure what fabric I would use to make it.
I would love to make Bendy with some Downton Abby cotton fabric and another with some blue cotton with some free motion stitching 🙂
I have some awesome owl fabric that I cant wait to use.
I have several black and white fat quarters I can use. One in particular is black hibiscus flowers with their de lise.
A fun cotton print with dogs and cats!
I can’t wait to get my hands on Bendy! It looks like it’s so much fun to make and to use. 😎
I would love to make this. My choice for a practical bag would be cordova and an Asian brocade for fancy.
I’d like to make it with a black & white geometric fabric I have on hand and then the second one in some hummingbird batik fabric for my mom. 🙂
I cannot wait to make this pattern, it looks so cool.
Thank you Joan for all your wonderful ideas.
Any and all would be great ,
I would use a blue with dots that would match a purse I just made.
I will use the really cute elephant print I just got in a swap from my swap partner in Germany!
I have some fabric with buttons that would be wonderful for this.
I would use a grey with little stars. I made a bag with it last month. 🙂
I love this little bag and will be watching for it in my LQS!
I would pick a cute novelty print that would make me smile each time I see it. I have a pretty good collection of that type of print, so the hard part would be deciding which one. Maybe I would make several!
thank you for the chance.
I would like to make it with a lime green fabric and maybe a second one in an orange dot fabric! Thanks for posting this as a contest!
I like to think clever short cuts to a beautiful creation. The more innovative and unique the better. Your products help me get there!
I have some very pretty Tula Pink Acacia that would make a wonderful Bendy Bag! I’d probably have to make more than one . . .
I am going right to my stash to find the perfect piece for this clever bag.
I saw this on line and am dying to get the pattern. It looks fun and useful. I want to use some fun prints to make this bag.
I can’t wait to make a Bendy Bag and use the sew lazy fusible (never used it).
I like the solid versions – I think I’ll start with a blue and a red!
I’d use some black & white geometric print I have for a bag for me. And one out of hummingbird batik for my mom. 🙂
I have some lovely bubbly designed fabric I would love to use on this! Have just been waiting for the right project~ 🙂
I drooled a little when I saw this pattern. I’m picturing it with a nice little yellow tone-on-tone cotton.
I’ve been longing to share the merits of sewing with my daughter. This is a great project and wonderful concept to whet her whistle! 🙂
I’m going to make my bendy bag in a whimsical cat design fabric (for my niece’s daughter because she’s crazy about cats.)
I would love to win this prize! Thanks!
I have some 1930s repro prints that would be perfect!
The fabric I’d use would be batiks. I love them!!
I would love to make in some solid Navy and floral Coral! thanks!
Love learning about your patterns and products through the blog.
I would like to try using canvas.
I have flip flop fabric in yellow that I am using to make a tote bag for my holiday. There is just enough for a little matching purse xx
I’ve loved watching the evolution of the Bendy Bag on Facebook!! I think that making these would be addictive.
I would use a spring print. Would also like to try out your Sew Lazy
I will use the free spirits heavy cotton fabric.
I have fabric picked out and am ready to go. I love this pattern! Thank you!
Seashell print in Duck/canvas. It would make a fabulous Bendy Bag for me:) Thank you.
The bendy bag is different looking. Would love the pattern to be able to make one. Thanks for the giveaway!
I have a beautiful floral fabric that I have been saving for years. I only have 1/3 yard and have been waiting for the perfect bag. Thanks for the chance to win.
I have some nice batiks so I think I’ll make my first one with batik, then onto some 70’s calicos. There are SO many choices. Thanks for this giveaway. I love all your patterns!
I would love to make the Bendy Bag, It looks fantastic. Thank you for hosting this giveaway.
I like the looks of this pattern. More than likely I’d use a batik, something form my stash. Thanks for the chance to win!
I have some airplane print cotton fabric I would like to use
i have wanted to try this pattern since I first saw it!
For some reason, on my IPad, I was not able to,post a Rafflecopter comment.
Thanks so,much for the chance to make this fabulous pattern!
I have been saving some Marcia Derse black and white fabric…that is what I would use!
Planning to make some in a dog print as a donation for a silent auction which will be part of a 5k Charity Dog Run/Walk in support of canine cancer research.
A beautiful Asian fabric with peacock feathers and gold. Can’t wait to make it!
This bag looks like something that I could really use!! Thanks for the new design!
Sorry, think it cut my name off!! I think this is a bag that I could really use!! Thanks for designing it!
What a great organizational tool! I can think of so many wonderful uses and I want one NOW! I am also anxious to try the new fusible fleece. I use similar product on a lot of my creations.
I would love to win and make a few of these as gifts. What a wonderful little bag. I would like to try and make one with oil cloth. Thanks for the chance to win the pattern and the dreamy fusible fleece.
wonderful way to use up that stash
The new Bendy Bag looks like a bag that I would enjoy making and giving away multiples of…sort of like I enjoy making LG’s Maggie. Maybe alter it to make it longer…wider..with a pocket or two…maybe a pocket for a pen and one for a pad of paper….
Bendy might just be the number one pattern of 2015.
I’m still thinking of a use for a growing triangular pile of Bendy “sidekicks”, and then there’s those little “butterflies”. 😉 Anyone have any ideas?
I’ve made 10 so far, and am still going. They are just so much fun to make!
What a nice gift..
Nancy from Fort Wayne
I cannot wait to make this!!
I would love some linen bendys!
I love the look of the Bendy Bag. I have a beautiful batik that would look lovely. In fact I have a bunch of fat quarters that would look great. Hmm…Christmas presents?
Really nice catch all bag. I would make it with either black and white fabrics or something bright, maybe orange.
I’m going to make some Bendy’s for our vacation coming up in June. They will be perfect for each of us to keep our own “stuff” together.
I have some pretty grey with white chevron lined organic fabric that would look great.
I bought the Iron Finger at a quilt shop yesterday, but have not found your brand of fusible fleece yet. Will be making an internet order soon! My first Bendy is lovely!!!
Glenda, you know I totally want to see your Bendy Bag! I’m so glad you are trying the Iron Finger, too. xoxo
I just discovered your website and love it. I am considering twill and linen; probably both!
These pressing tools look very practical and and travel easily as well!
One of my favorite places is Sanibel Island, Florida. Ahhhh-the beach, the ocean and the shells. I recently found a Moda collection titled Sanibel so I have fabric waiting for the Bendy Bag. In fact I will make several bags to use each of the fabrics with sunglasses, Adirondack chairs and hibiscus. Thank you.
Connie, I love Sanibel, too! It’s beautiful there, and so quiet and relaxing. The fabric sounds great. I hope you’ll share a picture of Bendy made in that fabric.
I have Pink Supergirl fabric that I’ve been saving for a project and since I’d make bags for my supergirls, I think it would be perfect!
I’m going to make a Bendy Bag to coordinate with the new purse I made.
I love this pattern and would use a lovely soft cotton, plain of course as he design is lovely as it is. To win one would be lovely.
Ooooooh! How exciting!
I have so many fabrics to choose from! Maybe a scrap patchwork!
great idea for bags for friends and family.
I just love this bag! Thank you for the chance to win!
I have some chevron fabric I need to use before iy is out of style.
Looks like a fun one to try out!!
REally need that blue pressing tool!
The first one I want to make will coordinate with my Nickita – I’m not sure I still have the original fabric. The second will be for my daughter’s contact lens stuff. If I can find a print with the Eiffel Tower on it, that would be perfect.
I love the bright colors shown in your posts. I’ll use Kona cotton.
I have some wonderful fat quarters, the outside fabric is white with purple, orange, pink, red and sky blue. a stylized floral/paisley design. the inside is going to be the orange print (almost solid)
I would like to make this using sewing themed fabric. Also one in jewel tones
Please, please consider doing a PDF version on Craftsy. It’s unreal to pay about $4 for shipping of a $9 item.
As a fellow pattern designer, (plus I’m a neighbor, too, I live a bit south of Westerville) I look for several different ways to get my product to consumers.
I’m new to your brand, but I am looking forward to more.
Love the shape and look of the bendy bag!