This little beauty is the naturalist’s scavenger hunt bag, yet another project from the lovely book, Growing Up Sew Liberated. It is intended to be a “child-friendly way to store found objects, because it is fastener-free and adjustable.” Perfect for those collectables on our nature walks.
The bag is specifically designed to be used with a fun scavenger hunt activity, which I will showcase at a later date when our weather is a tad less soggy. Overall I really enjoyed making this bag. It came together quickly, gave me an excuse to purchase an eyelet installation kit, and well, I just really like making accessories as there is never an issue with fit. I’m thinking I should stop here though, as this is not the first, nor the second, but the third bag that I have made my son within six months. One could say that might be a bit much.
But it was worth it.
PS – the pants now fit, and holy crap they’re adorable.
How is your sewing energy today?
I’ve just about reached my limit.
Pattern: Naturalist’s Scavenger Hunt Bag from Growing Up Sew Liberated
Rust Corduroy: The Mill End Store (quick fun fact: I worked there in my late teens/early 20’s)
Brown Corduroy: Joann’s