Last entry of Autum Sonata is made by Leina. This bag is dedicated to wonderful book ““The Old Barny” written by Andrus Kivirähk. Take a peek into Leina´s blog, to read more. 

Great sample of recycling – Kajakas made this bag using only materials she had at home. More info about this bag can be found in her blog (in Estonian).

This lovely bag is made by Mõisapreili from recycled dress, using really unusual technique. Author of the bag says in her blogthat she wanted to preserve the colors of heather fields in her bag.

Author of this bag says that this has been an exercise in recycling...

The fabric she used was recycled from Interior Design Fabric sample books. Some squares were worked with simple embroidery stitches, buttons were added from her Great Granny's button box for interest. One side of the bag has a red and ochre theme while the other side shades of green.....

Thank you for that wonderful entry!!!


For more information take a peek at authors notes in Leslie’s craft blog  

This bag made by Kuduv koeraomanik looks exactly like late autumn in Estonia. Gray, gray and even more gray tones with light violet shadows… I can see exactly the same colors from my window… Author has also lovely and humorous blog (in Estonian).

Absolutely charming bag made by Tiina. Thank you for such a great cute overload!

First entry from members – Autumn Sonata by Marianne S. Visit her craft blog to take a closer look and admire some more pictures of this wonderful bag!

WOW - idea of this bag is just amazing! A bag with clock is made by Juulika Roosa  - check out her craft blog...

This stunning felted bag is made by Monika. Do you feel mild wind paying with fallen leaves and the smell of the fall?

Check out authors flickr gallery to admire her beautiful creation.
Beautiful, romantic and passionate woolen bag made of recycled cardigan by Kairit.
This gorgeous evening bag is wholly made of reused materials. Bag is dedicated in memory of author’s father. Touchy story about this unique bag can be found in Freddy’s craft blog (Estonian).  Sirje named her entry "Long Note" (of Autumn Sonata) and it symbolizes so well our Estonian neverendig fall. Can you guess what material she used for making this fab purse? It's painted and waxed wallpaper!

Check out her exiting craft blog and flickr gallery.This lovely tiny bag is made of polymer clay by Terje Ennomäe.

Take a moment to visit her blog andflickr gallery!

Unique and unusual bag made of pure silver by Tsirkusemoor.  

Here you can visit her fresh blog (Estonian). Warm and oh-so-inviting Cell Phone Cozy made by Sircu.

This is author´s first bag made of handmade felt. You can also visit her lovely craft blog (Estonian).
Our first international entry is made by Ingermaaike from Norway. Thank you!!!

Check out her blog where she talks about making this unique bag . 
You can  also admire her most awesome felted accesories, amazing creatures and heavenly handspun yarn for crafters.
First entry of our challenge is made by  Margit K. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Take a peek into her blog (Estonian) and enjoy pictures about creating this wonderful bag.