I couldn't help it. I love this little purse, courtesy of Quilts and More Magazine. It was in their Spring issue. It only takes a half-yard for the outside and a half-yard for the inside. It is so light and easy. I had to work one in this weekend between diaper bags. This is my… Continue reading Double Duty Reversible Purse
Finally, I have Cincinnati behind me! Nothing like a 3 day weekend (turned into a 4 day weekend) to get some things caught up. Here is another diaper bag. Granted, another red one was just what I needed. But now, I fear it is back to the old Blue and Gold. But, the hoodie supply… Continue reading Departing Cincinnati for Parts Unknown
Once X-Libris was up, it was time to turn to the next project on the To-Do List. Hmmm, maybe I need a To-Do List Gadget here so we can all see what I have in progress and pressure me to stay on task. Just when I was ready to start the next projects, I got… Continue reading Many, Many Moons Later…..
After the recent success of the hoodie diaper bag designs, I wanted to return to the handbag designs. AND, being married to a Univ. of Tennessee fan, I had to rid my house of this Univ. of Kentucky sweatshirt. LOL! And neither is the university that pays the bills every month! Anywho, this is a short… Continue reading Another One in the Sweatshirt Line
I have become a big fan of wristlets after being a total shoulder bag kind of gal for many years. But I'm a real snob about my wristlets. They must be the "perfect" size and shape and must be constructed for use, not fashion and must have a loop large enough for my ample wrist.… Continue reading Tootsie Roll Pop Anyone?
Recycled coffee bagThis is a project that has rolled around in my mind for quite a while. I'm as supportive of recycling as the next person. But I love how the young people think it is something they thought of. I grew up during the Energy Crisis of the 70's and I remember when all… Continue reading Notes on a Gunny Sack
Working in a library has its perks. I can borrow many sewing books through Interlibrary Loan. Select projects I want to make and then send the books back. This bag came from one such book. It was originally called a Bird Watcher's Bag. I don't know why other than the fact the fabric had birds… Continue reading Re-cycle or Up-cycle My Favorite Jeans