Well here it is. It took a little longer than expected due to me not having a sewing room. I cut it out using kitchen snips, not something I'd recommend.
I had a few "ah ha" moments when I was sewing this. The first relates to me thinking I could be clever and just use top-stitching thread in the bobbin and avoid having to completely rethread and change the needle every second seam. But when you sew something upside down you can't actually see where you are going. As a learning experience for you, I draw your attention to the top stitching on the pocket which veers about half inch away from centre front. Enough said.
It's so long since I sewed a big print that I forgot you need to centre them. Wouldn't this bag look a little more stable if the blue stripe ran down the centre? Just a thought for your edification.
Other than that, not bad, not bad. I believe the queen of loud prints, Ms Donatella Versace, would struggle to top this tartan. You'll be pleased to know that there is still some of it left, should you find yourself anywhere near the Scottish shop in Dunedin. Apparently it's been on the shelf for 10 years, "The kilt maker just can't shift it, it cost $26 000 to have a bolt woven so he's decided not to restock it when it runs out."
So don't tarry people, once gone, 'twill be lost forever.
Bag: Favourite things little should bag, pattern number 065
Fabric: Otago Tartan, 100% wool, woven in Scotland