I love to sew, mainly quilts and bags. I am 61, married to Fred and have one son, Matthew who is 23. I enjoy embroidery and applique and prefer to machine piece and quilt my projects. I love my vintage Singer sewing machines especially my Featherweight 222K. My love of sewing I believe comes from my Grandmother - I still have the drawings she made for me to embroider on tea towels many many years ago!

Friday, 13 April 2012

SOME RECENT SEWING..........

CIRCLE ZIP EAR BUD POUCH
PATTERN BY DOG UNDER MY DESK
click HERE to go to website
VERY CUTE! JUST NEED TO ADD A SPLIT RING
I USED THE CIRCLE DIE ON MY GO CUTTER, SO MY VERSION
IS A LITTLE LARGER THAN THE PATTERN.

EASTER BAGS FOR MY LITTLE GREAT-NIECES.. CHLOE AND BRIDGET
FREE PATTERN CALLED POOCHIE BAG BY HAPPY ZOMBIE

ANOTHER LIL TWISTER QUILT
THIS ONE MADE USING JUST FOUR SQUARES!

Happy Sewing!!

11 comments :

  1. I love all your projects. Of course I love the twister. The colors are great. Do you ever wish you lived closer to someone, so that you can share sewing and friendship. You are that to me.
    Have a great weekend.

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  2. Looks like fun projects have been created. I love the colors in your twister.

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  3. Glad to see you have been busy, not just living the life of a 'lady that lunches'!

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  4. Nice to visit you again. As always lots of interesting "things" in your post. Will pop over to check out the bag pattern... looks great!
    Thanks... :)

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  5. Lovely projects, very impressed with the pouch zipper... looks fiddly so little... and lovely bags and such great colours in your twister...
    Hugz

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  6. That little twister is darn cute!!

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  7. All of your projects look great. I'm especially interested in the little pouch.
    Lillian
    lillianscupboard.wordpress.com

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  8. Don't you just love the Twister quilts. They all look so different using different colors. Love your little zippered pouch too.

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  9. Hmmm like your little twister!

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  10. Hi there Helen! You have a lot of fun projects going on here! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm having a lot of fun with the zakka along, especially because the projects are mostly quick & easy but not necessarily exactly what I would make, so it's getting me out of my comfort zone a bit. I just found a bunch of linen pants at my local thrift store for $2 apiece and washed them and promptly cut them up for some of the upcoming projects ... it's a tad more affordable than linen yardage ! :)

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