Hello and welcome,
This has been my longest absence from this blog ever but hopefully things will slowly start getting back to normal.
My last craft project before we went away on holiday for a few days were these patchwork covers for our luggage. Although we always travel with only hand luggage it's still very easy for suitcases and bags to get mixed up in a busy airport as most of them look similar.
These patchwork covers were quick to make and a good way to use some of the many scraps of fabric I have.
To make some yourself just cut a few strips of fabric (they don't even have to be the same width) and sew them together.
Check the measurements to make sure they're long and wide enough to cover the handle of your bag.
Choose a fabric for the backing and use acrylic felt or batting for the middle layer (I used acrylic felt). Make a sandwich with these 3 layers and embellish with a stitch of your choice, I quite like the look of the blanket stitch in between the different strips or you can do this by hand if you prefer.
Trim the edges and finish off by sewing a length of bias binding all the way around. Sew some velcro on each handle cover to keep them in place and you're done.