Severe storm warnings . . . .excessive cloud to ground lightening . . . flood warnings. . . wind gusts to 40 mph . . . . high potential for waterspouts . . . . .
We have had some wicked weather for the past several days. Wild storms and tons of rain. It rains a lot in Florida in the summertime, but this is more than the usual. Unless it's a hurricane, though, the weather doesn't really bother me.
In addition to today's severe weather we had five (yes, count them 5) teens in the house. Five teens putting forth a diligent effort to suck dry the pantry faster than I could ever possibly fill it.
So what is one to do when the weather outside is nasty for the umpteenth day in a row and the Teenage Eating Machines are loose on the inside -- a new bag sounds good to me.
SPECS: Approx. size 11"h x 14" w. My design. Amy Butler fabrics. Fully quilted and lined.
Forever, I've had a packet of numerous colors of 4" squares of suede. I love them. I've never used them. You can see by the straps that today was the day to break into the suede.
Magnetic snap closure. Pleated inside pocket and key hook.
I think the daughter has thoughts of snagging this bag. Good thing she was my "in the dark" model tonight.
Not sure about tomorrow's weather report, but if it's anything like today I'll have two choices. Either go spend massive quantities of cash restocking the pantry or make another bag.