Flickr Feature ~ Lisa, Pink Lemonade Boutique

on June 6 | in Sewing Inspiration | by | with 11 Comments

Wavy Patchwork Purse by Lisa, Pink Lemonade Boutique

Lisa’s beautiful work always catches our eyes in the Sew, Mama, Sew Flickr group. She has an amazing way of combining fabrics, color and shape to create the perfect bag or purse. This first purse incorporates linen and was inspired by the Denyse Schmidt Hop, Skip & a Jump pattern as seen on a baby quilt from Pink Chalk Studio.

Lisa lives just outside of Providence, Rhode Island with her husband and six year old daughter. Lisa stayed home with Olivia when she was born and started to sew. For more about Lisa and her beautiful collection of sewing artistry visit her website, her blog and her Flickr site. Lisa also sells her work on eBay.

Scrappy Log Cabin Bag by Lisa, Pink Lemonade Boutique

Add your photo(s) today to the Sew, Mama, Sew Flickr group for your chance to win this month’s $25 gift certificate to Sew, Mama, Sew! You can also just browse for an hour or so, admiring the amazing collection of talent and inspiration in the group.

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11 Responses to Flickr Feature ~ Lisa, Pink Lemonade Boutique

  1. ann says:

    I’ve been using Denyse Schmidt’s book, QUILTS, and enjoying learning her techniques. I ordered it from her website. Her log cabin pattern is amazing.

  2. Laura says:

    Loooooooove her bags! I’m so glad you spotlighted her – now I’ve got a new blog to look to for inspiration!

  3. Tami says:

    Her bags are so trendy! Love the first one especially

  4. Amy says:

    She is super talented, all of her bags are glad you featured her work 🙂

  5. Cassie says:

    I love that first purse. Beautiful!

  6. Hope says:

    Lisa is SOOOO very inspiring. Her bags are never alike, and all very much resemble tiny pieces of art 🙂

  7. erica says:

    Lisa’s bags are some of my all time favorites!! I’m so glad to see here here!! {hi lisa!!!}}

  8. Jody says:

    I love Lisa’s things. Every time I see one of her Flickr pictures I’m drawn to it, she’s incredibly talented. It’s nice to learn more about her.

  9. Mary says:

    I love Lisa’s bags! She’s so talented and such a sweetie, too.

  10. katrin says:

    The bags are adorable!

    Rachel, I think those are fabric handles (interlined fabric strips, sewn together with rsf and then turned inside-out), which are folded in half lengthwise and then are sewn together again, leaving the upper and the lower end “open” for easier attachment.
    Leather handles are often made this way. Maybe this helps a bit.

  11. Rachel says:

    It would be great if Lisa did a tutorial on her bag handles. They look so well done.

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