I present to you, the bag of many faces:
The gray is a charcoal faux-denim poly-blend that feels like dress pants. It's was wrinkly and very difficult to iron out. It's got a giant pocket on the outside, so deep that no pick-pocket could be successful in stealing anything out of it.
The inside (or otuside?) is a cobalt blue fleece. When using fleece to make bags the way I do, well, put it this way -- I probably won't use fleece that way again. It becomes enormously thick, and then my sewing machine sounds like it's going to die as I force it through. I won't be doing that again. Fleece projects, in bag form, will need a new format.