Tuesday, November 8, 2011


I wanted to show you a picture of the Too Hip Bag that Lee Ann is teaching Saturday at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  I love this bag because it is a great cross the body bag leaving my hands free to touch fabric, carry bolts, grab fat quarters!  It has a convenient outside decorative pocket too. This pattern is fat quarter friendly or use a Jelly roll, Bali Pops or make the whole cloth version.  The class begins this Saturday, Nov. 12 from 10-3.  Call the shop to register and get your list of class supplies needed. 

Julie has a great idea.  She is having a week-long doll bee at Attic Window Quilt Shop starting Nov 28 and going thru Dec 1, 2011. The times are 10:30 am on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.  For Tuesday, we'll meet after the regular Tuesday Bee...say 1:00 pm.  The bee fee will be $5 for the entire marathon (4 days of classroom use).  Hope to see you there!

Quilting In The Rain has a nice tutorial for a Home Sweet Home quilt.  Take a look!
Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive! 


Sue said...

Sweet bag, Caroll. I love those cross-the-body bags too and especially your idea in that we are free to grab more fabric :D

Sweet fabrics in this too!

Barb said...

What a nice bag....lots of fun things going on over there.

Mama Pea said...

Cute, cute!


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