This week has been one of flux and change. Our girls were home doing virtual learning for school (they go back in person on Monday, yay!). The work being done on our home was wrapped up for now. With lots of new paint, things are looking brighter and different in our house.
Etsy was a little quiet for most of the week which was actually good for me to finish end of year financial statements and do some organization of supplies. Then, the shop took on more orders and things became busy again.
I was able to add some new items to the shop this week. This is a new fabric that I purchased a while ago but it just took me a while to get to sewing with it. I receive SO many orders for solid color bag covers that I have to really work to keep my head above water with them.
This bag cover has a cross body strap that is available in a 60" or a 72" length. The strap length is adjustable with metal hardware sewn in. The top of the bag closes with Velcro and there is a 4" opening at the bottom of the bag that also closes with Velcro. This opening is to help make it easier to drain the bag without having to take it out of the cover.
A 42" tubing cover in matching fabric is also available at checkout for $16.
I have started to make wheelchair/walker bags again! I have so many different beautiful fabrics and my goal this year is to use them all to make wheelchair/walker totes.
This is the smaller bag/pouch and it is perfect for holding a cell phone, small wallet, keys, glasses, etc. The top of the bag is open to make it easy to reach in. The straps are also adjustable on this bag. I did have one customer buy one for her mom to use on her walker to bring back snacks from the dining room at her living facility after meals. I also have had some folks buy them for their daughters at college. Each strap detaches on one end with Velcro so it is easy to loop over the sides slats on the college bunk beds. College kids can keep their phone, pens, glasses, etc. close by when needed.