Sew Powerful. And now that I get how the pattern works, I am getting fonder of it and the variations that can be achieved with different fabrics. What is so clever about this purse are the three pockets - one on the front flap of the purse, another pocket under the flap (see the pen sticking out?) and then the actual purse interior. While I have already identified fabrics for the next set of purses, I need to put these away for a few days.
project on the design wall and decided to use them to test a product that is new to me - iron-on vinyl. It is just on the bottom of the bag, the part that's on the floor. I made one bag for Chandra's daughter using this product, but I need to know how it wears.
I have plans to enter my elliptical drunkard's path into QuiltCon2016 and the 2016 International Quilt Festival, but the only picture I have of it is not a great one. So I need to carefully take down what's on the design wall in order to hang this quilt and work on a good photograph. I know this doesn't sound like much. But it will take a good hour to do this.
And then? I want to put together the quilt that's been carefully and systematically removed from the design wall, start a couple more bags, work on a couple of big quilts - wait, you already know this part of the story. Sorry...