4.25.2011

The Royal Sisters

Happy Monday! Hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend with the people you love. Here's how my weekend got started. :)
I was so excited when I popped by The Royal Sisters and saw Michelle's colorful version of the Granny Stripe Boutique Bag. Isn't it amazing how you can start with a basic pattern and it becomes something unique that is your very own. You can see more of her fabulous grannyness here
Oh and her Granny Square Apron... To die for. I loved that she called this simple apron the epitome of granny goodness. Find more of Michelle's apron inspiration here and here.
The Royal Sisters has a wonderfully vintage, homey feel. Filled with lots and lots of granny inpiration.
Like this...
this...
this...
and these...
And that's just getting started. You must have a look at her Etsy shop and her amazing Flickr photo stream. Lots more granny goodness to be found there. Many of you already know Michelle but if you have never been by go have a look. Be inspired!

11 comments:

  1. Sara, I love Michele. I was so excited to see that she made your bag!!! How fun is that? You deserve it as your blog and your bags are fantastic. Have a great day,
    Meredith

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  2. Lovely. I made one very similar last year, it was for my sister to keep her "satnav" in, I lined it and padded it and she loves it.
    It is on my Ravelry project page. http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Dansnanna/satnav-bag.
    I too love the variations of a stitch/style, for me it all started with the Attic24 Granny stripe blanket.
    Carol xx

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  3. Thank you so much Sara for your very sweet words...
    Your patterns are just full of granny goodness...something that I truly admire...
    I finished another boutique bag and this time I made it extra long and it now fits a e-book perfectly..
    It was just the right present for my step daughter when she arrived home tonight...
    I think I could be making more by the end of the week...

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  4. Kid friendly love it, All the projects are wonderful. Keep them coming. Debbie

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    1. Hi Debbie. Happy to see you at Tangled Happy today. Did you have a visit to The Royal Sisters yet? I love Michelle's work... She inspires me. :)

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  5. These are all adorable...and I read e-v-e-r-y word of this blog...very eagerly. I like the pink one the best too. Not sure if it's the color or the strap that draws me. Darn it, I know I'm going to drop everything else and have to try this today!

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  6. Your patterns are just full of granny goodness...something that I truly admire...
    I finished another boutique bag and this time I made it extra long and it now fits a e-book perfectly..
    It was just the right present for my step daughter when she arrived home tonight...

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