Wednesday, January 2, 2019


 Hello Quilters!  I hope everyone had wonderful holidays.  I certainly enjoyed seeing all my family.  I did want to show you the bag I made for my daughter for her iPad.  I love this pattern.  It is quick and easy.  I can't tell you how many I've made.  You can get the pattern when you buy a kit at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  What is especially nice about this kit is that you can make it in several different sizes.   Be sure and check it out when you are at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  I'm sure you will love it.
Don't expect to find this fabric at the shop, however,  I made the bag from some scraps I had.  You can see the inside in the first photo.  My daughter loved the contrasting zipper.  I didn't have time to shop for fabric when she asked me to make the bag for her, so I just grabbed something I had in my stash.

  • The annual Bus Tour is Saturday, Feb. 9.  There is a new route this year.  You pay just $60 to socialize while you are driven to different shops where you get to pat fabric and eat food and buy til your hearts content.
  • Doll Bee, Thursday, Jan. 3
  • Intermediate Quilts, Thursday, Jan. 3
  • Easy 2 Color Quilt, Thursday, Jan. 3
  • Sampler, Saturday, Jan. 5
  • Bee, Saturday, Jan. 5
  • Charity Quilts, Monday, Jan. 7
Caring, Sharing, Creating Smiles


Annie said...

It does look like an easy pattern for the bag. I like your fabric scraps you used. And the red contrasting zipper gives the bag “zip”!

Allie said...

What a lovely gift, Caroll! Happy New Year!


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