Want to see more? Check out my post for the tula pink sew along over on Sara’s blog, Sew Sweetness.
I’m working like a madman to make a deadline, because next week is my stop in Sew Sweetness’s Tula Pink Sew along.
I’m also getting ready for my trip to Sewing Summit. I’ve managed to finish some travel handmade projects.
I’ve made a few of these Noodlehead zipper pouches.
Lulu promptly stole the blue deer bag so I made another one in my favorite paris print to keep my hand sewing supplies together.
I’m especially happy with how the two different colorways matched up.
Both kids have grown out of the their pajamas.
These are the tops from Lulu’s set. (McCall’s M6239)
I still need to make my skirt. I have done a muslin of the pattern so I’m hoping the actual skirt will come together quickly.
To add to the fun, both our modem and router gave out on us this week. I always feel a bit like I have conquered the world when I solve those sorts of techy issues, but now it’s back to hand quilting.
I stopped, pointed, told the spouse, “hey, this is from my kitchen pin board!” and now it’s mine.
My chiffon cake almost became the cake that exploded in the oven, but thankfully disaster was averted and the cake was over the top amazingly delicious instead.
I like to take quilt pictures at the one room school-house site just outside of town. It’s usually closed but on this day they were open for visitors so we were finally able to see the inside.
One of my cousins was married this past summer. I wavered back and forth about what type of quilt to make and finally landed on this pattern from a craftsy class I had signed up for a few months before. The solid grey is Kona ash and the rest of the fabrics are a mix from Art Gallery.