OK, now we're really talking. These two little gems are the Treasure Bag - one is the basic pattern and the other is lengthened to become a wine bottle carrier. Again, the pattern calls for a largish suffolk puff on the side, but I (just happened to completely by accident) cut the fabric with the red flower right in the centre - on both sides - and it looked so nice that I thought I'd leave it as is.
I'm likely to use the smaller baggy as a travel purse for my jewelry - I have a bunch of lovely bead strings and other cutesy things that take up far more room than my small jewelry bag, and I like to keep the costume jewelry separate from the "real" stuff (specially since the size difference can lead to lost earrings and other small pieces).
The wine baggy is lined with this fantastic wadding that I found called Insul-Brite - it's for things like coolers, oven mitts, etc. I'm eager to try it out, so thought I'd take along a bottle of light champers to share with the other gals for our next class night (aka opportunity to show off).
I was particularly pleased with the map fabric on the inside, going with the traveling-to-exotic-locations theme here. It also complements the creamy background on several of the "official" Passage to India fabrics.
Here's a close-up of it - I'll definitely be showing that off at our next "class"!