Guest Tutorial: Toy Bags from Zaaberry

Here’s another great idea for taking toys on the go! You’ll love these cute little toy bags from Ruby of Zaaberry:

Here’s Ruby to introduce herself:

Hi there!  I’m Ruby from Zaaberry and I’m so honored to take part in Celebrate the Boy Month.  My sewing obsession started when I was just a kid wanting to make clothes for my Barbie dolls.  I rediscovered my passion for sewing when my daughter was born and then again when I was pregnant with my son.  I quickly realized that finding cute clothes for boys that fall outside of the typical blue and sports theme is tough.  That challenge inspired me to start my etsy shop specializing in clothing for babies.  On top of sewing for my shop and sewing for my kids (and maybe sometimes for myself), I’m also a biochemist and work in research lab that studies environmental chemicals and the effects they have on child development.  Did I mention I have a family and a life too?  As you can see, I’ve got my hands full.  I do what I can with the time I have and hope to share some of my ideas and inspiration with others.  There are so many amazing blogs out there and I am truly honored to be part of such a talented community.  Thanks!
While you’re over at Zaaberry, be sure to check out some of Ruby’s other great projects for boys:
And I’ve always loved the great baby boy clothing Ruby sells in the Zaaberry shop:

Thanks for a great tutorial Ruby!

3 thoughts on “Guest Tutorial: Toy Bags from Zaaberry

  1. these bags are so cool! I've been trying to figure out a way to combat all the little parts of toys and such that get strewn all over our house, this may be the key!! 🙂

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