Retro Rucksack Inspiration Tour {Day 6}

Today is our final day of Retro Rucksack inspiration! I want to say thank you to all of these ladies for making such beautiful bags to inspire us!

Retro Rucksack Inspiration Tour | Radiant Home Studio

Maria and Laura are sharing their Retro Rucksacks today…

Laura recently moved back to her home in England after living with her family in Brussels for many years. You can follow her travels and sewing adventures at Behind the Hedgerow. Be sure to check out her great Top Ten lists while you’re there!

Laura’s bag is made with oilskin (or waxed canvas, depending on which side of the Atlantic you live on…), which is a very durable fabric and excellent for bag making. Read Laura’s post for more details about her bag and her move!

Retro Rucksack | Behind the Hedgerow | Radiant Home Studio

Maria is a quilter and bag maker sharing her creativity at Mia’s Creations. She is a regular pattern tester for several independent bag designers, and I’m inspired by her attention to detail and clean, simple style.

Maria’s bag has really nice details! Check out her post to see how she made a simple, but very helpful modification to the interior zipper pocket.

Retor Rucksack Inspiration | Mia's Creations | Radiant Home Studio

Retro Rucksack Inspiration Tour:

Monday, July 14th
Radiant Home Studio || Sweeter Than Cupcakes

Tuesday, July 15th
Quarter Incher || Dandelion Drift

Wednesday, July 16th
Glitter + Wit || EmmylouBeeDoo

Thursday, July 17th
Casa Crafty || Behind the Hedgerow

Friday, July 18th
SewVery || Raspberry Sunshine

Saturday, July 19th
Mia’s Creations || Made By Sara


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4 thoughts on “Retro Rucksack Inspiration Tour {Day 6}

  1. Maria says:

    Thanks again Sara. I’ve had a great time looking at everyone’s bags and also finding new blogs.

    1. Sara Curtis says:

      Thank you Maria!

  2. Lorena says:

    It is amazing how they look in so different fabrics and all look great !!!!

    1. Sara Curtis says:

      Yes! It has been such fun to see the variety of styles and modifications everyone has made.

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