Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Pursed, bags, diaper bags, church bags, call it whatever you like they are just CUTE!

This one has long strap so you can where it diagonally across your body.
This is a bigger bag. A binder can be put in this one.
This is more of a small purse like bag. Bright and cheery
This is my own purse-onal purse. I carry it around and people tell me they like it a lot.

I make bags. All kinds but recently have kind of found a niche of bag sorts. I make them all sizes, colors, add different things to them, and I love it. I sell them at a local store. $25 is the price. I usually choose super eclectic fabrics to make them stand out a little more. Here is a few of my samplings. My samplings were really above. I will get this blog thing figured out someday. Anyway, I am willing to do custom purses for the same $25. If I have to ship it I will add $5 for shipping. I put a pocket with two sides to the pocket. If you want one and I know you do, let me know. Happy Day!


I sewed a couple of quilts for humanitarian efforts for my church not too long ago. This is sooo easy. Once again I went through my fabric box or in my case boxes and got out all the plaid fabric. Cut it into 6 inch strips and started sewing. I decide how wide I needed it to be. I was making a full size so it was 72x86. They wanted them a little short. I would sew strips together until I got to that width, cut and start a new row. Kind of wild but I liked it. Would make a great picnic or in the car quilt.

So sad...

I started making the heart quilt on Moda Bake Shop with my variations and about a third of the way through my sewing machine broke again. So sad. But I have a picture of what I got done. It is so cute. Instead of ricrac like they show, I gathered ribbon and sewed where the ric rac goes. I love it. I also did a color theme of brown, varying shades of pink and white. It is very easy to make. So even if you know how to sew a little, I think that you could do it. The other things is, instead of buying a jelly roll and a charm pack, I went through my fabric and picked out all the mostly coordinating pieces and just used those. That way I am doing it very inexpensive and using my scrap fabric too. You should try it. I don't know what I am going to do with it since I am not having a baby. I may give it away or my keep it for myself for when I do. Who knows. I actually cut out two sets of the hears so I could make two if I wanted to. I just might.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Still around

I just wanted to tell the two people who occasionally look at this that I am still around. I have been super busy with a variety of stuff and have crafty concoctions brewing in my head. Just need to finalize them into the item. Hopefully in the next few weeks I will get something going on here. Until then...get your craft on and show me what you've got.