Seasons

When we Finns moan about long and gray winter and short summer the conversation usually turns into seasons, which are supposed to be the richness of our climate. Spring, summer, autumn and winter - all different yet wonderful in their own way is usually said. I am not absolutely sure if I would suffer greatly if in my life the changing seasons were summer-morning, summer-day, summer-evening and summer-night, but I get the point. These days the winter changing to spring gives us pure joy and hope, and I can't wait to see that change to happen.


I found this pretty Moomin fabric with all our seasons a while ago, and couldn't help making one bag for each season, there's light blue snowballs-skiing-igloo (not that Finnish, but darn cute still)-bag and


 Light green all but gardening is waste of time-spring bag and


Red-blue summer-night fishing and strawberries-summer bag and last but not least


Yellow-orange autumn bag with happy berry picking and jam making. Cute as all the seasons on their own way, right? Bags can be seen more closely in my shop here.

Happy Sunday!

Yours,
Mia

16 comments:

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Oh I agree completely with you Mia, late spring/ early summer 24/7 would suit me fine!!
Your seasonal bags are very pretty though! :)
Happy Sunday my friend,
V xxx

Mia said...

Hello Vivienne,

I love spring and summer and do not hate ;) autumn that much but winter...oh my. Summer all year round? Yes please! Thankfully spring is approaching if not fast day by day still!

Have a lovely new week soon, it's the last for February already!!

Yours,
Mia

Mel Makes said...

Your bags are gorgeous! I agree, I can't wait for spring now :)

Jane said...

Hi my dar Mia, these are such sweet cheerful Moomin bags, they will brighten any season. Stay warm and enjoy your Sunday evening xx

ANNE said...

Moomins for ALL seasons, How fun. Oh Mia, why do we live in places that have such long, snowy winters?? I love spring and summer. Can't wait for some greenery.

Thanks for sharing these great bags.
Anne
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Teje Karjalainen said...

Hi Mia! You found adorable Moomin Fabrics - wow - I haven't seen these before! Great idea to make bags for each season! I hope you have spring soon! Hugs! x Teje

Helen Philipps said...

Gorgeous moomin fabrics, Mia! They make such lovely bags...love those pretty colours!
Wishing you a happy week!
Helen xox

Mia said...

Thank you, Mel,

Lets hope spring will arrive really soon at yours and here!

Happy day!

Yours,
Mia

Mia said...

Hello Jane,

Thank you! I wish you happy and sunny last days of February!

Yours,
Mia

Mia said...

Hello Anne,

Thank you for the Moomin-love! And I know, why cant it be spring-summer-autumn(short-spring-summer? That would really, really work for both of us :)

Have a lovely day!

Yours,
Mia

Mia said...

Hello Teje,

I like this fabric too - I think it's one of those a bit older ones, 90s perhaps?

I wish you a lovely last days of February, and if you have any extra sun, you know where to send it ;) thank you!

Yours,
Mia

Mia said...

Hello Helen,

Thank you!

Happy and creative week to you too, and welcome sunny March soon!

Yours,
Mia

Beth of The Linen Cat said...

Hi Mia,

I'm afraid I am a fan of the seasons, I'm not sure I could live with just one all year around, but my husband would agree with you, he'd have versions of summer all the time! I LOVE the bags, how nice to have them in the perfect colours and designs for each season.

I hope you have a lovely and SUNNY weekend :)

Bethx

Mia said...

Hello Beth,

I wish I was more like you: the season-lover, but somehow sunny days have taken my heart...But I have to say the early signs of spring here and there make me really, really happy!

I wish you a wonderful March!

Yours,
Mia

Megumi said...

MIa,

It was very fun to see a lot of Moomin bags. They are absolutely popular in Japan. I grew up watching the show every week. It is strange I don't see Moomins in US. Interesting...

Megumi

Mia said...

Hello Megumi,

I think in Japan and here in Finland live the biggest Moomin-lovers - we have them absolutely everywhere around here: mugs, bedlinen, fabrics, books,clothes, candy - you name it, we have it! And on the other hand: most of the Moomins I've made have traveled to US! Strange just as you said!

Have a wonderful week!

Yours,
Mia