Hope you all have been well. Sewing has been slow around here but I do have some finishes to share.
First off, I would like to thank everyone who voted and or left a comment on my Project Quilting posts. I am truly blessed by your kindness. It was a lot of fun but also a lot of work. I am glad it's only 6 projects. But I can't wait for the next round already. Because I was able to finish all 6 projects I felt I deserved a gift. Check out my new sweatshirt!
Check out Kim's site for other great clothing options.
I am a member of the Madison Modern Quilt Guild. We meet once a month and I just love everyone in the group. They are so encouraging and supportive. One of the members and my friend, Natalie
is amazing! She is so talented and makes the most wonderful things. She made a zipper bag pattern with vinyl and glitter. When I saw that at the meeting, I just knew I had to try it. This is one of the half dozen I have made.
I then decided I would try making a few other designs. I am hopeful I will get the anchor bag done soon. But that is for me so it always takes the back seat to other projects.
One idea I had was to make a bag for boys. Glitter for boys?? Heck yes! I thought it would be fun to do a road with grass on the back and a car on the front. Then they can keep their cars inside the bag. This is what I came up with. Sewing on vinyl is not as hard as it looks.
I am still working on my Missing U quilt and my Moda Be My Neighbor quilt. The blocks are done for the Missing U and I have 3 more to make for Be My Neighbor. These are on the short list to get done. I was also able to get all 72 blocks made from my phone book foundation paper strip quilt.
All of the paper has been torn off, I just need to lay them out and decide on a design and sew them together.
Stay tuned for an update on my word of the year and my new favorite quilt shop.
What are you working on?