Monday, June 7, 2010

Tote, anyone?

Alyssa (sister Joyce's granddaughter), saw Kaylynn's little tote bag (see it here) and decided she wanted one, too.  She loves purple and pink, so here it is.  The lining is a solid purple...sturdy duck/canvas.  The fabrics I used for the outside are guessed it...Cathy of 'Quilting on Turtle Hill'.  Found them in the box of 'scraps' she sent me.  It's not quilted...just pieced.  This tote measures about 10" square.


Kim said...

How do you manage to create so many things so quickly? You amaze me.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Kim, you amaze me too! You are very creative! Keep up the great work!

WoolenSails said...

Love the colors and fabrics, really nice tote.
I am not a bright person for myself, but I love to create with them for others.


Anonymous said...

OH MY GOSH!!!! Alyssa is going to love that tote and those colors!!!!!
I will make sure she types you something here on your blog after she gets it!!! Oh I just can't get over it!!!! I am excited to see it!
Thank you so much, you are so wonderful and so dang creative it is mind boggling!!! I could never come up with these beautiful things!!!
Love, Joyce

Nanci said...

I keep saying that I need to make bags! A great way to use up fabrics and pieces of batting too.

Here is Canada, we get great no name peanut butters, so only when Jif is on sale do I buy it!

I love it on a bagel in the morning.
I'm a day late as I was buying peanut butter yesterday...ha!