Here's a little preview of some of the bags that will be going up for sale in my Etsy Shop next week. The shop hasn't been open for some time so I'll need to dust off the cobwebs and find my way around again. Until then enjoy the preview....
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I can't get Summer off my mind. We are vacationing in the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina this year. I'm busy making summer cards and plan to sew up some goodies for those meeting us there. I think there will be as many kiddos as there are adults, plus one in belly. Lol. So many things to make....
My six year old requests lots of little sewing jobs....
this is one of them. I found another great tutorial at Noodle-head.
Anna makes easy to follow tutorials. This one is the basic boys wallet tutorial. Of course, my six year old loved it and
shoved it right into his back pocket.
Welcome Sew Saturday followers.... I am getting a lot of new
followers and wonderful comments due to this new series of
sewing posts. Thank you.
Today I want to share this darling little wallet I found
as a free tutorial from LBG Studio. It took me about 3 hours
to make. I used some lovely Notting Hill fabrics by Joel Dewberry
and the animal print fabric is from a bundle called Tonal 2 Bundle
from JoAnn Fabric.
Let me share my best Weekender yet! I think I have found
the perfect combination of interfacings. I used Pellon TP971F
Fusible Thermolam Plus (Quilting Interfacing - Fleece) on the
outer fabric and then for the lining fabric I layered Pellon 808
Craft Fuse (Crafts & Home Decor Interfacing - Stabilizer) first
then Fleece on top of Stabilizer. Both from JoAnn Fabric.
It looks and feels great.
I found this lovely decor fabric there too, in the remnants bin.
The first stamp set I ever made for Clear & Simple Stamps was this one.... Baby Shower. I love how you can mix and match collections to create the exact theme you envisioned. Not only did I use an image from Collection 2 (mr. elephant) but I used a more recent set from Collection 9 designed just for party favors called Gifted.