Tuesday, March 2, 2010


One day my friend Cochava gave me a vest she did not want to wear anymore to do with it as I please. I loved its colors and its pattern. Cutting it up carefully I got enough material to make this very beautiful bag for my daughter Tanja.


Dawn of LaTouchables said...

This is unbelievably beautiful, Yael! I love the quality of the wood next to the soft fabric, and the black 'frame' with the piping. Your daughter is very lucky! The three metal buttons are so striking, and set everything off!

glazedOver said...

I love the composition of this, Yael. From the fabric accents on the handle to the angle of the stripes. Perfection!

Anonymous said...

Hi Mom, that is very interesting as I have not been aware that the fabric has been a vest once. I love this bag and even went out with it several times. I think it is very elegant.
Thanks for this nice present you have made for me. A kiss to you, Tanja

mirjam said...

Shalom Yael, i just found this blog of yours by chance. I love recycling clothes, old laces old knits , you name it i can use it, both in my craft as well as in my Fiberart.