Geta Grama of Geta’s Quilting Studio is having a giveaway this March. Go over to Geta’s Studio quick to enter the giveaway..this time she’s giving her bag patterns! If you haven’t been to her Studio, you’re missing on loads of tutorials. She has loads of bags too (my fave!) You can find her here or at the sidebar of this blog.
Don’t forget to checkout her Shadow Trapunto Quilts. It’s fabulous!!! :D
Remember the pouch tutorial I wanted to try?
It’s from Timotei .Rannveig wrote a very clear and concise instructions. Thanks Rannveig.
I used whatever scrap I had. The shape is slightly different from the tutorial but the method is the same. Pretty easy to make…except when it came to the zipper! But once I jumped into it, it was not that bad at all! Notice the decorative stitches ? (*o*)
Sewed a 2inch corner because I wanted more room!
No, I didn’t make these..but you bet I’ll be trying it next!
Finally… I get to write about this. I’ve made these placemats two weeks ago and my daughter took these photos for me…but it’s in RAW format and I don’t know how to turn it into jpeg! But she finally gave them to me last night. (Thanks sweetheart!)
Made this for my mum. Been practising machine applique. Added some french knots at the center of the flowers.
Made these for the tv room. We love to eat in front of the telly!
I need another bag. I know, I can almost hear my sister scream…“You have a cupboard full of them !” But I love bags. I also love making them.
So, the search began…..for a pattern. Not that I don’t have any, but many patterns to choose from! That’s always the problem..spoilt for choice. And I suddenly realised I don’t know which to make! And to make things worse, there are so many bag patterns out there to choose from!
So, in my desperate attempt to make one today, I chose this pattern. Of course as always, it’s a free pattern..this time it’s from Better Homes & Garden It promises pockets and pockets…six of them.
I made it in half a day. I also made the strap a little longer so that I can have it over my shoulder. The fabric I used is little too soft so it’s a bit slouchy. But then I like soft slouchy bags!
The Simple Six-Pocket bag is simple to make with step-by-step instructions.