Bags, Totes and Zips

Divided Basket

| Accessories, Bags, Totes and Zips, For the home

I made my first (of probably many) divided baskets.  Isn’t it just cute?  The pattern is from Noodlehead and it’s great.  It came together really quickly.   The fabrics I used were Alexander Henry’s Crosshatch for the exterior, a red pin dot for the handles and divider and the lining was Essex.  It all worked […] Read more…

Some late night sewing fun

| Accessories, Bags, Totes and Zips, For Kids

I’ve been home with the kids all summer.  Trying to find that balance where I get things done and make sure they don’t sneak off and watch TV or play video games all day can be difficult.  But of course, that’s also one of the perks of being at home — it’s to be here […] Read more…

Super Sliver Pouches (and more news)

| Bags, Totes and Zips, Tutorial

I made these scrappy pouches months ago.  They were part of a tutorial for the May/June 2014 Issue of Pretty Patches.  Then I gave them away and completely forgot about them.  🙂 They are so fun and they use the tiniest scraps so you don’t waste anything! (I blame my good friend Amanda Jean for […] Read more…

First Aid Zip Pouch

| Bags, Totes and Zips, Tutorial

  Summer is here and we are going to the park a lot.  Now that the snow is gone and the weather is nice, skinned knees are bound to happen.  This handy little First Aid Zip Pouch holds everything we need and goes with us everywhere.   It is a great little project to use […] Read more…

Using up some large scraps

| Bags, Totes and Zips

I have a large stash of Far Far Away scraps.  These beautiful fabrics from Heather Ross are some of my favorites.  I’m slowly making some progress with the scraps.  They are so pretty you can’t waste even a little bit of it.  I made this pouch at the first Minneapolis Modern Quilt Guild retreat back […] Read more…

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