Last week I blogged about the two bags I have planned to make.I ordered fabric on Oct 22nd and last night when the girls and I came home from school I had three slips in the mail telling me to come to the grocery store to fetch my packages that were too big to be… Continue reading Bags in the making – Fabric delivery
I wrote yesterday that I plan to make a Weekender Travel Bag designed by Amy Butler. To add to the crazy I also bought fabric for a Sophia Carry-All to match. I am planning to start on this one since it seemed a bit easier than the Weekender.The outer fabric is the swirly, blue one.… Continue reading Another Amy Butler bag in the works
I've had my eye on this bag for ages. I love the look of it and well made it looks very professional and sturdy. I have however doubted my ability to finish such a project. Then the other day I was browsing my favourite US quilting cotton store and saw that Heather Bailey had come… Continue reading Amy Butler bag in the making
Last year Rickard and I gave each other alone time for Christmas. One Saturday every other month we're free to do what ever we want for a day without having to mind the kids.Today was my day and I took the opportunity to get a hair cut and then go back home and sew.I had… Continue reading Sewing day
One evening last week I went to the Quilt-store across from my office for a sewing class.We were gonna make a garden tool bag or a picnic drink bag.Initially I was gonna chose a fabric with winebottles and wine corks to keep with the theme, but in the end I opted out on that and… Continue reading Picnic bag
I made another sewing bag to match the Apple bag I made a few weeks ago.It came out a lot better than the Apple bag so I decided to take off the binding on that one and remake it right.
Last night I started a sewing bag that I had been keeping an eye on for a while. I think I sewed, ripped and re-sewed portions of every single seam on that bag, but now it's done.It's not done right or perfect (I misread part of the pattern) but it holds together and serves its… Continue reading A Bushel of Apples