. . . with a pop of Cheddar!
|In Natural Light|
This tote bag makes me happy!
Because it is finished!
|Side View in the Garden|
|With Feathered Decorative Stitching|
|12" x 6" Inside Pocket with Stitching Down the Center|
|Another Snapshot in the Garden|
It is a nice size:
Width = 18"
Length = 14"
Depth = 4"
Straps = 28"
Who is it for?
It is going to be donated to a Red Cross Volunteer, a project of the Charlotte Modern Quilt Guild.
Why am I happy that it is finished?
Because this is what my quilting studio looks like after finishing one and a partial one made. My quilting studio is a huge mess after a day working on both totes!
|Creative Explosion as deemed by a friend!|
Fabric is piled high on my desk as well. Threads are everywhere. I just cleaned up the day before. It sure didn't take me long to make this creative explosion. As you can see I shopped my stash and scrap basket.
Thread was everywhere because of making use of my seam ripper that I love using! Not!
Are you wondering why a simple looking tote would create a need for so much ripping?
Me too! It was because of using 3 different patterns to implement different features, one for size, one for stripping (the pattern was all vertical strips) and the other for using fleece in place of fusible interfacing. The creative redesign was a bit of a bumpy road. But, now that I have it down the second one is going smoothly! The second one will be for My Etsy Shop.
Come this Thursday I am hoping that it will be received well and that the Red Cross Volunteer will love it! Do you think she will?
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Thank you for visiting and wishing you a great sewing or quilting day!