Today I have some more bags from earlier this year. This summer I made several boxy bags to give away, and the last one was finally gifted in mid-November, so I thought I'd go ahead and share them. I'd made one of these before and it was the perfect size for an on-the-go crochet project. I love the shape, and the tutorial I follow results in no unfinished interior edges (a must for me). Unfortunately, I didn't use enough interfacing this time, so they're a little soft, but useful all the same!
Here they are with my old one.
Also last summer Mike got me a new camera right before our trip to Alaska. I decided to make a camera bag for it using the train case pattern from Sew Sweetness. I love her patterns for slightly more complicated bags, and this one was fun. It's the smallest size in the pattern, and was a bit fiddly, but came out nice. I made a shoulder strap to carry it and left off the top handle, but otherwise followed the pattern.
That little zip pocket in the top is the perfect size for a spare battery and SD card. The camera was a perfect fit inside, so I was pleased about that, but unfortunately Mike has gotten me some sort of protective lens cover filter thing so now I don't think it will fit anymore! Fun bag all the same though, and sometime I'll make the larger sized ones from the pattern.