Wednesday, July 18, 2012

WIP Wednesday: 7.18.12

It's been a good sewing week around here, unfortunately my WIPs I'm most excited about this week won't be posted for a bit.  I've started a couple small sample projects to share in my Sewing Summit class I'm teaching with Faith from Fresh Lemons.  I'll share those here after everything is over in October.

As a result of these new projects, my Heather Ross quilt has been boxed for now.  I needed the design wall space.  I'm a little sad about that one.  Can't wait until I have time to pull it out again.

We had our guild Sew Saturday this past weekend.  I was able to finish up my slew of market totes.  They all have different handle lengths depending on what I had on hand.

My favorites are the orange and brown one as well as the London one (which is lined with that super fun London Tube map fabric).  This was a great stash buster and the perfect projects for gifts.
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WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

10 comments:

  1. Those bags are so so great!! Its always so nice to have things like that on hand for last minute gifts :-)

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  2. Love, love, love those bags!!

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  3. I have never been to London (although I really want to!) but that is a totally awesome bag. They are all way cute, but I am with you that the London one is one my favorites. Were these all the ones you were sewing up at the cabin?

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  4. Oh to have unlimited design wall space...

    Love the totes though :o)

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  5. Love all the bags and your heather Ross quilt is just so darn cute!

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  6. All of the bags look fabulous lined up together!

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  7. I'd have to say that my favorite is the first one on the left with the green outer pocket and yellow handle. You always do amazing work Kati! Those will be good to have on hand for Christmas, or other gift-giving events.

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  8. love the bags. i used that heather ross fabric for a quilt for my nephew, they have a vw campervan. i love that fabric. love what you are doing with it :)

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  9. I'd say you got quite a bit accomplished.

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