Tuesday, May 19, 2009

What I've Been Working On

I can finally show a few of the projects I've been working on lately. First up is the bag for the Snickerdoodle Bag Swap partner, Bev at Kainga Happenings. The pattern came from Bend The Rules Sewing by Amy Karol. I had the striped fabric in my stash and wanted to work with a new fabric. I chose this green embroidered linen. I enjoyed making the bag and I'm happy with the finished bag.
With a few of the leftover pieces I made a companion wallet from Leanne Beasley's Romancing The Road Trip book.
I finished the Hope block from Gail Pan's A Christmas Wish BOM.
I still have May's block Peace block to trace and stitch.
I finished the top for DS #2's lap quilt.
And the companion lap quilt for his GF. I used navy blue and white Kona cotton and chose coordinating fabrics from the same fabric line.
Today I made a couple items for a Kitchen Swap. No photos as the recipient reads my blog. I should get more sewing time over the next week. I have four of the next seven days off. Woohoo!

Thanks for stopping by and happy stitching!
Sweet P
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8 comments:

Lurline said...

Wow, that is great productivity, Paula and, another four days off - what is to come!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Cher said...

fun quilts for the family-nice bag and wallet for your swap. it's good to look forward to more time off!

Jeanne said...

Lots of projects at your house. Great work. Love your header, too.

Fiesta said...

wow Paula, I envy you. You have made some really nice things but the best part is you have some days off. Oh I wish I had some too! My sewing room is a mess.

paula, the quilter said...

You HAVE been busy! I really like that linen? fabric. Yummy.

Chookyblue...... said...

lots of lovely sewing today........I saw the bag on Bevs blog very nice........

DubiQuilts - Debbi said...

YUMMY YUMMY!!!! I love the fabric you used for the bag and lap quilts. I am looking forward to seeing all the blocks for Gail Pan's A Christmas Wish BOMs. Enjoy the weekend coming up.

Solstitches said...

Great post! I love the bag you made - what great fabric you chose.
Nice quilts too.

Margaret