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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

THIS WILL MAKE A GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT!

Isn't this coin purse darling!!!!  Misti sent the picture to me.  She said she "made this for Stacie my son's girlfriend.  She goes to Baker College but loves Michigan State football.  She has a lot of State garb too.  She is going into the medical field."

Thank you Misti for sending this picture.  I now know what I will be making for my granddaughter who graduated from Michigan State and is in the Medical field.  I have some fabrics left over from when I made my grandson a quilt last year and I have an extra frame, so it looks like it was meant to be.  Can't wait to  get started on it.

DON’T FORGET:
  • Stitch-In, Friday and Saturday, August 28 & 29
  • UFO Day, Monday, August 31
ON ANOTHER NOTE:
♥ Caroll, 
Caring , Sharing and Creating Smiles

3 comments:

Barb said...

I'd be curious as to how it goes and would love to see a follow up post. I ordered two kits with handles and Liberty fabric. I had a very difficult time getting the top of the fabric inserted into the metal handle. The little purse is lined and I had to glue it in, pushing the fabric in with a bamboo stick and it soon became a sticky mess. I finished one but sent the other one back. The one I did, finished pretty and looks lovely but I doubt I would make another one.

Lynn said...

Sure is cute!

Mary said...

Love to make those little corn purses. They do make perfect gifts. Neat idea using college fabric.

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