I have been collecting remnants and scraps of fabric for as long as Shaggy Baggy has been in existence (8 years). I am so drawn to the idea of one of kind. Original. Mixing prints and patterns. Hoping that you find something that speaks to you – that no one else has. So starting on…

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This new Slouch design is perfect for everyday! Easy to grab handle slides over the shoulder Magnetic snap with 3 slip pockets with a quilted interior Lots of fun colors to wear with jeans and khakis this summer. Check out all the bags in the SHOP  

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This could be the perfect tote for a busy mom this summer. Book Bag – for a trip to the library Shopper Tote – for a stop at the market Errand bag – pockets for keys, cash and sunglasses Busy bag – for kids activities at the ball park, dance studio or doctor’s office Neutral…

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So many changes behind the scenes The new website has been under construction and is finally live. Check it out HERE and let me know what you think with a comment below. Lets Celebrate with a Sale The SHOP is full of new items and all are 30% off this week (through May 21, 2016). Lots of zipper pouches…

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Nurturing my creative process Slow Sewing. Hand Sewing. Needle and thread. Quiet. Peaceful. Once a week I will carve out an hour or two. Mending, patching, embellishing. I want to slow things down a bit. Step away from the hectic assembly line that my sewing room can often become. Sort my scraps. Sort my buttons.…

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Mixing color and prints is my primary inspiration for all my work. Totes’ and handbags’ primary purpose is function (storage) and organization. My unique mix of prints and colors make them stand out as practical, beautiful, daily accessories to serve in all seasons. Wristlets and zippers—splashes of color—on a neutral background (often linen or denim.) Unique,…

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I mostly work with remnants so I rarely have an idea of how a bag will look before I begin. A simple pile of colors and prints. A collection of fabric. I sort. Move the colors around. Layer various pieces together. Usually two different fabrics, sometimes more. I iron. The warmth of the steam. The…

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