One of the many perks of finishing a big quilt, like "My Answer is Yes," is the freedom to work on lots and lots of smaller projects. This list was made on January 7th in preparation for a sewing weekend. In high school I had a job in which I was paid by the amount I did - I made minimum wage while my friend Cathy made three times what I did because she was so fast. Good thing my quilting is not based on speed!
|Two more Sew Powerful purses|
|These nine went in the mail for the 2/1/2016 deadline. This project is picking up steam, and I think there will be more of these to come! If you're looking for charity sewing or a good place to donate money, investigate the link above.|
|I love this Molly Market tote, and I love this combination of fabrics. I keep giving them away, but only after ensuring that I have the fabrics to make another.|
|This was a Scoop Tote by Green Bee was a kitted pattern at Craftsy on sale for $20ish and included 2.5 yards of fabric. This 'crossword' fabric is a Cotton & Steel quilter's canvas, and I saw it at Quilters Quest for $22/yard. SCORE!|
|A zip pouch still waiting to be made...|
|I'm putting the finishing touches on this Sloan Travel Bag by Sara Lawson. I like this pattern very much and went to sleep last night thinking of which fabrics I want to use for the next Sloan bag. More on this once it's finished...|
|In conclusion, a pretty picture of "My Answer is Yes" in situ.|