- I have a limited amount of time to sew, usually 2-3 hours, so I need to buckle down and not lallygag around taking photos.
- A number of the girls appear to be in the Witness Protection Program and don't want to show their face, or else they just don't like to have their picture taken.
- Doesn't it always look better to have a list of at least three reasons? I can't really think of a third one...
|Here is Ginny modelling her lovely duffel bag. |
She is rocking the paisley shirt as well.
|Vera Bradley, eat your heart out!|
|Ginny is making a second duffel bag as a gift.|
|A view of the inside in progress. Ginny added |
contrasting pockets to the bag.
|Our resident bag expert, Pat, gave Beth a little help with a difficult part of the pattern.|
|Project now under control, Beth was pivoting |
those pesky bag corners like a pro!
|Here is Beth's finished bag. Isn't it pretty?|
|Judi, at left, and Toni are hard at work.|
|Judi assembled the top of her snowman |
lap quilt. It is made of yummy flannel.
|Toni was cranking out some Christmas gifts, |
including this table runner.
|She also made this cute little basket which she is |
going to fill with DVDs and popcorn for her son.
|I was busy making more pillowcases...|
|...here are the next 12 pillowcases in progress.|
|Pat has her next diaper bag almost finished. |
She just needs to add the handles.
|Nancy Q. is making this adorable wall hanging for her |
grandson Ethan for Christmas. It is all appliqued by hand.
|Here is a close-up of the cute little mice.|
|Karen brought in her block of the month quilt. |
She machine quilted it herself. It came out really great.
Hope you enjoyed seeing our projects!
I am linking up tonight to My Quilt Infatuation. I will be linking up on Friday to Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Richard and Tanya Quilts and CrazyMom Quilts.
Pugs and kisses,