My son asked for a duffle bag for Christmas. [The duffle is so big, he almost fits inside.] He says he needs it for his sleepovers at his cousins house. [These two cousins would live together if they could.] His birthday quilt matches it perfectly. [Check it out HERE.]
I used the same pattern for THIS duffle bag I made in November.
This is a cute fussy cut side pocket nestled in between the crabby straps.
The other side with another fun pocket.
Lots of lobsters protecting the main zipper ;D
Crabby zippered end pocket.
Boats floating on an ocean zippered pocket on the other end.
Here is the top shot ;D
I did a pixelated fmq pattern.
I really LOVE the lobsters!
I added two zippered pocket on the inside of the duffle.
One on each end.
I figured there can never be too many pockets.
The duffle is lined with black duck.
Nice and sturdy ;)
The fabric is an ensemble of Emily Herrick's Shore Thing and Going Coastal fabric lines by Michael Miller.
I am going to be pretty grouchy when this AWESOME duffle goes on it's first scout camping trip in a few years. I am not sure that even a WHOLE can of Scotch Guard will help protect it from what the scouts will do to it :(