|Needed a glass of wine to celebrate finishing the bag! Usually things don't end|
up hanging from the chandelier when I drink.
There are pockets on the inside, however, just large enough to keep bottles from tipping and clanking.
I had the worst time getting photos today--could NOT get the lighting to work. You can see that the wine glass is starting to empty out.
After the fifth try to get the light right, I just gave up. Rather than refill the empty glass (it was barely noon after all), I decided to fix the pics with Photoshop later.
I didn't sew the handles all the way to the top so that I could fold it over if the mood struck.
I think I may have to try this out at the local store first. I'll be the obnoxious one in line saying, "No, thank you, I don't need your crappy leftover box. I have my own wine tote."
What awesome fabric and the pockets on the inside... perfect!!! Love your bag.ReplyDelete
You did not need good lighting to see how fabulous this bag is. The fabric, the style, the long handle - perfect. Makes me want a trip to wine country also.ReplyDelete
HAHA that's a great bag - and now you have the perfect excuse to go pick up half a dozen bottles of wine - just to test out the bag, of course!! ;)ReplyDelete
Oh Barb, it's awesome! Everyone needs a wine tote. I love that you can fold the handle down. Does it fit on your bike? Are you sure you didn't end up hanging from the chandelier??? LOL!ReplyDelete
The fabric is just awesome,so perfect! Love this Tote.ReplyDelete