I am on my second Sashay Satchel from Petunia Pickle Bottom (Winter/Fall and Spring/Summer pattern. They are indestructible otherwise). Overall I love this bag, but just a few pros and cons: The bags
are made of glazed fabric are super durable and easy to wipe down. It is just the right size to hold everything you need for baby. I prefer carrying this backpack style bag with a Brica Elite GoPad inside it for changes instead of the larger and more popular PPB Boxy Backpack. When baby no longer needs a change pad you cannot remove it from the Boxy Backpack, and it take up a lot of valuable room. The magazine pockets on the front and back do not hold very much, unless they are flat. They are an ingenious way of hiding the backpack straps if you do not wish to use them though. I started out with a Boxy Backpack and prefer this style much more. The bags
bat of the embossed quilted fabrics and organic cottons are not as durable. I started out with a bag in the embossed brown color (Hotel DeVille Stop) and I had to exchange it through PPB for another bag. The stitching on the embossed pattern popped in a few places and held onto little balls of lint. It was not cute. Excellent customer service from PPB. Although it lists four bottle pockets, the inside bottle pockets are opposite the outside bottle pockets, so if you have got a bottle on the outside of the bag, the inside pocket pulls too tight and you cannot fit a bottle inside. You can fit something smaller though, like a tube of sunscreen or a binky. The backpack straps get twisty because they are on swivel clips. You have to take an extra 30 second to right the straps after you put the bag on. I have worn it all day and been comfortable, though. I also had the problem of the blue dye from my jeans
rubbing off on the bag and not coming off even after I scrubbed it. I later learned that laying the dry bag out in the sun for an hour or so completely removed the stain and did not damage the bag. Hooray!