Thursday, May 29, 2014
I finished my bag for the May project for the Big City Bag Sew Along over at Sewing with Squeak. This months project is the Bee Sweet Bag. I used the left over fabric from the previous months project instead of the coordinating fabric that I had planned to use. I don't like these handles and wished I had left them off. This was a really simple pattern and I had no problems at all making this bag.
Sunday, May 18, 2014
I'm still using scraps leftover from the Toes in the Sand block of the month project. This project is the Seaside Runner another pattern by Jaybird Quilts. This runner was a snap to cut and piece. It went together easily as all the Jaybird patterns do.
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
I made a few more Candy Dish pillows. A really fun pattern from Jaybird Quilts. They pillow goes together really fast.
I made Jaybird Quilts Toes in the Sand quilt from this fabric, Tula Pink Salt Water which was a block of the month at The Village Quilter. I finished the quilt top at my last Quiltaway. Now I just need to find time to quilt it.
Monday, April 28, 2014
The April project for the Big City Bags Sew Along (Big City Bags is a book by Sara Lawson at Sew Sweetness) over at Sewing With Squeak was the Wonderland Bag. I think this pattern was a lot easier than last month's clutch. I substituted some of the materials. I used Annies Soft and Stable instead of the recommended Thermolam Plus Fusible Fleece and I used Pellon Peltex 70 instead of the Pellon 520 Deco-Fuse. In addition, I used 23" handles and not the 28" handles called for in the book.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Last month I came across a sew along over at Sewing with Squeak. The sew along runs for a year and each month a bag from Big City Bags is the featured project. The SAL started in January however I didn't find about it until February so I didn't make the first featured bag yet.
The project for March is the Meringue Clutch.