Loving this orange bag with great detail stitching by Judi from Apollo Hill Crafts. Judi joins us from Wisconsin where she sews in a 100 year old house on a working dairy farm. Judi is a quilter as well as bag maker.
This wild clutch from Marisha of My Patterned Mind is certainly a show stopper. She specializes in frame clutches and purses. Marisha joins us from Texas. You can visit her blog and get to know more about her.
Brooke of Sew Brookie out of Virginia is just getting started on Etsy. This red Kimono wallet is striking. She's already made 6 sales and I am sure many more will follow.
For the more conservative fashion lover, this Agatha Pintuck bag from Puddinhead and Potluck's shop shows off a command of precision stitching by bag maker Sonya from out of Texas.
Melissa from Made by Lissa has a whole series of these grab and go bags in all kinds of prints. Melissa joins us from Pennsylvania.
I love the many textures and complimentary shapes in this winter wool tote by Debi from Do-Rah Designs. Debi comes to us from California. You can be a fan on facebook or check out her blog for more.
Kim of Ap2Creative joins us from the UK. Her style is very modern but reserved as shown in this elegant. She is awaiting her first sale on etsy. You can visit her on facebook as well.
This eco-friendly bag is made from discarded plastic bags given a new life by Tali from Talies Bags out of Israel.
Unleash your inner rock goddess with these attitude driven bags by Leigh-Ann of Lan Cole out of New jersey. Leigh-Ann also makes a line of wedding bags and accessories at her other shop, Leigh-ann Kline's Weddings.
You know the resolution you made to read more this year? This purse is cleverly re-purposed from a vintage Reader's Digest Condensed book by Liz from Liz Bags out of Canada. Ok, maybe it doesn't actually count as reading, but it is unique and is sure to start a few conversations.