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Thursday, May 29, 2014

FRIDAY FUN STUFF

I have a few things to show you today that I didn’t get a chance to show earlier this week.  I fell in love with this beautiful bag that Donna made.  She said she made it from a jelly roll and it was not easy.  She sewed strips together, turned them inside out, stuffed them with a stiffener, then wove the strips together to make the bag.  It is awesome!
Kathy made this wool table topper as a sample for the shop.  You have plenty of time to make it before the July 4th holiday!  Stop in and pick up the pattern, and pull wools from the wonderful selection at the shop.
This is the back of the wool table topper!
Cathy M. sent me this picture of her latest project.  I’m sorry I forgot the name of the bag, but I think Marilyn teaches a class on it at the shop.  At any rate, I’m sure you can get the pattern there.
This is the inside the bag.  It looks like it has lots of room inside.  Thanks Cathy for sharing.

ON ANOTHER NOTE:
  • Did you go check out the Row By Row Shop Hop website.  This is a must for anyone traveling this summer.  You won’t want to miss this.   
  • Moda Bake Shop has a tutorial for a hexagon quilt called Let Your Imagination Bloom.
Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

3 comments:

Lynn said...

Beautiful bag, but it does sound complicated.

Barb said...

I love your Friday fun stuff!!!!

Mama Pea said...

Is the bag called A Little Duffel Do It? I have made a small duffel from a pattern called that. So cute!

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Quilting Teachers at the shop.
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