Thursday, July 16, 2009


Welcome to my new blog! I am in the process of setting it up so it is looking a little sparse! Until I add some details and pictures please click on the Etsy link to have a look at my Etsy store, Nosovich. On there you'll find out a little more about me, the products I make an the items currently for sale.
I created Nosovich to showcase some of my handmade clutches and handbags. I use premium fabrics from Australia, North America and Japan and I love creating beautiful accessories for people (and occasionally myself!) to enjoy.
To celebrate the beginning of my blog I will be giving away a new bag that I've been working on. I'll be posting this giveaway in the next week. Until then I thought I'd simply post some pictures of some of my favourite items to date......

My Little Sunshine Bag (Currently for sale)

Beige Shoulder Bag (sold )

Mini Clutch, Sage Spot (sold)

Oversize Clutch, Red Diamond (Currently for sale)

Oversize Clutch, Navy (sold to a lovely young lady at the BiDM Market)

Classic Clutch, Purple Bird (Currently for sale)
Pleated Handbag, Grey (Currently in my posession!)

Pleated Handbag, Navy (Currently for sale)


  1. Hi Megan,

    It's looking great so far ! If you have any queries don't hesitate to ask me (though I'm still learning too lol).

    I love your sunshine bag, it is so cute. Actually all of your items are beautiful :D

    xo Teneale

  2. Thanks Teneale!! Your blog is great - really entertaining. I've got a long way to go.
    Thanks for being my first 'member'! Megan

  3. Congratulations on taking the plunge into blog land, hope you enjoy it. I love your bags and clutches and it all looks good so far ! Going over to check out your etsy store now.

  4. Megan, lovely blog.
    I love this shoulder bag ...
    any more on the way?

  5. Great photos. Cant wait to read your next blogs.

  6. Thanks Sally and Sarah. Sally, I will add a couple more shoulder bags to my 'to do' list!! That one worked so well in that fabric...perhaps I should try and get some more. I will do my very best (so many bags to make, so little time!!) Thks again!

  7. Megan,

    I love the Amy Butler bag on your blog. Your work is beautiful - really fresh and original, yet classic and timeless too.

    When I was searching for an image for my book cover I found a lot of lovley vintage/retro prints that remind me of some of your gorgeous fabrics.

    I am a big fan of your work.

    Zoe C