|Sue B made her Japanese style Boro bag in two day-long |
classes, held one month apart at Hobbysew at Kings Park.
The first day was spent choosing fabrics, deciding layout
and preparing them for stitching.
|Sue spent the next three weeks stitching the fabrics together |
- you can how worthwhile it was for her to take the time.
The last day's class was completely taken up with constructing
the bag, complete with zippered pocket and a side pocket in the
lining - she 'popped' the handles on when she got home!
It's just beautiful Sue.
|The reverse is just as much fun ...|
|... as her zipper tags!|
|Dawn chose some fabric squares from the end-of-year |
challenge table, and went to town!
|Diana made a patchwork Santa, |
getting a jump on Christmas.
Soup bowl cozies for the craft stall at our 2018 Quilt Show in
April. They can be used to protect your hands from a bowl of
hot food, or as a bowl holder in the microwave - the
corners give you something to grip to remove the bowl
safely without burning your hands. The cover is quilting
cotton, and the lining is two layers of 100% cotton
batting. made using Happy Hour Stitches online tutorial.