Mischief with the sister.
|The sister ironing.|
Every time I come home I seem to take over the dining room. I don't see a problem with this, but my mother is constantly fretting about the table beneath. Clearly the only solution is for her to buy me a table I can work on in safety and peace.
|The prints. Aren't they adorable?|
|Me doing some of the harder sewing. It was a joint effort.|
|The finished product.|
|Christina showing off her new accessory. Note the|
heap of scraps in the background.
While we were at Jo-ann's Christina fell in love with this cute little elephant fabric, so of course she bought enough to make another bag. And my sewing machine thought it was getting a break these two weeks--HAH!
So Christina ran off to hang with some friends, and I, anti-social individual that I am, decided to stay home and work on my own bag.
|My fabrics. The green is the handle, the dots are for a pocket, and--|
oh heck, I'll just show you.
|Here it is! Oh, and I made a wallet to go with it.|
I have part of a shoebox reinforcing the side with the cards, so that it's easier to slide them in and out. It's a pretty simple design that about fifty sellers on Etsy have done riffs on, but I have always wanted one, so I made it!
I can't wait to take this to the Lancaster Quilt Show this Saturday. Even though just about everyone and their mother will have a cooler purse than mine, I'm still pretty proud of it. Thank you Daioh for getting me going on this, it's been a blast. :D
There probably won't be many updates for the next couple days, unless I remember to do a step by step of how I make Christina's (since undoubtably she'll want a wallet too), but I will certainly have an image dump for you after the quilt show.