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August 16, 2019
Two Bottle Wine Tote Tutorial for Thermoweb from Creatin' in the Sticks

What's better than a bottle of wine for a hostess gift during the holidays? 
 Two bottles of wine of course. 

There is a divider inside to keep the bottles separated.

It's perfect when you want to take one red and one white.


Christmas will be here before you know it.

Thermoweb is celebrating Christmas crafting this week with 
some ideas to get you started.

With just a few items, you can make your own 
2 Bottle Wine Tote.


So grab

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August 4, 2019
{Tutorial} Dollar Tree Scarf Tote Bag from Michelle's Romantic Tangle

Dollar Tree has some of  the cutest scarves,  but I don't wear scarves so I couldn't quite justify buying one.  I did wind up with a couple...but I couldn't come up with a decent excuse for the purchase. Not until I saw my daughter's new camera strap and realized that this scarf could be a pretty strap. 


Oregon's bag ban has been spreading from town to town for the past few years and I can never keep track of which place has which rules. What I do know is that between grocery shopping for ...

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July 31, 2019
Pin It Weekly #288 from Fleur de Lis Quilts and Accessories

Would you like to meet new friends? Here are three followers for Fleur de Lis Quilts on Pinterest. Let's begin with Kate Janssens' "bags" board because she has some interesting little DIY bags.

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Linda Hains has the sweetest board, titled "art," that has the most precious drawings. How stinkin cute are these?

Stop...have a chat~!YIPPEE!~


Friends

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And finally, Mya Ballard is a girl after my own heart. Check out her "School Survival" board!

"A girls emergency kit for school" by kaisenlindsay ❤ liked on Polyvore


school

I guess surviving school these days takes more than a few pencils and some paper. And for those especially rough days, an emergency kit for true emergencies. I guess the ...

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July 29, 2019
How to make bag straps with quilt batting from Cut Stitch and Piece

"Apple Cider Market Tote" aka "Winslow Market Tote" I first saw this tote pattern in the 2018 issue of Make It! Patchwork. It was designed by Kathy Mack and was showcased on the Quilting Arts TV Episode #601. It was originally featured as the Winslow Market Tote and has since been renamed the Apple Cider Market Tote. The pattern can be purchased HERE. I haven't made many bags

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July 26, 2019
Sewing Bags with Kraft-tex from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

Hey bag makers!  There is a completely new material for you to play with that is easy to sew with, easy to wash, sturdy AND makes a splashy fashion statement.  And…it’s paper.  Yes, paper!  It’s called Kraft-Tex, and you need to immediately prepare a bin to collect all the colors!  Kraft-Tex Designer Paper Fabric is perfect for sewing, embellishing, embroidery and adding texture. It’s machine washable, virtually indestructible, and comes in an assortment of awesome colors.  This sturdy material has a vegan leather texture and gives structure and weight to bags and wallets.

For quick project ...

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July 17, 2019
Fishy Sew Together bag finished from My Sewing Room


Although the color is more "true" in the photo below, you can see that the Fishy Sew Together bag is finished.  I just love the sparkly rhinestone fish charm that I've hung on the side. 


I'm not really a fan of making bags because of the heavy layers to sew through - and zippers!!  But I do love making this little bag with its 3 inside zippered pockets, and the ability to open it up almost flat.  That makes it perfect for sewing supplies.  I have one that just gets used for counted cross stitch projects.  And I have ...

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Snap Bag.....Class from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full



is creating Snap Bags...



Snap Bags......for Glasses









Kathi stores her scissors in her bag...





The P2P Instructors created sample snap bags...





We also made Snap Bag kits

for the students to stitch up in class...



Here's the.....Show 'n Tell:



























The P2P students had a great time

creating SNAP BAGS !



Please Join Us:

Thursday, July 25, 2019 @ 1:00
Permission 2 Play
Northwoods Wall Art
JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop
1243 Main Street
Philomath, OR 541-929-3795


Permission 2 Play is a FREE class offering for cancer diagnosed patients.
No experience is necessary to participate.
All supplies ...

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July 4, 2019
Quilt As You Go Zipper Pouch Tutorial from Patchwork Posse

Learn the quilt as you go method while sewing up a zipper pouch. Super cute and useful for packing around a sewing project, snacks or whatever.

A Zipper pouch comes in so handy…especially during the summer time.  I find myself in the car a lot. Having this little pouch around, I can stuff it with a sewing project, a snack, or whatever.  A quick grab and go pouch.

Zipper Pouch Tutorial using the quilt as you go techinque | patchwork posse #freepattern #zipperpouch #quiltasyougo

With this pouch, I though I would try something new.  Quilt as you Go technique.  

I have become a big fan of this method.   By the time you are finished with ...

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June 16, 2019
MARILYN TEACHES YOU HOW TO MAKE THIS BAG from ATTIC WINDOW QUILT SHOP

 Marilyn was also teaching a bag class at the Attic Window Quilt Shop this past week.  Check out that beautiful bag.  Above she is showing student, Anna (right) special techniques for making this bag.  I previously posted about the bag here.  What a beautiful bag it is too.
Nancy took the class too.  Above she quilts the layers of the bag.
This is another bag for an upcoming class that Marilyn will teach.  This one looks a little easier.
She made it using this Hoffman Star pack.  Call the shop to see when it is being held and to register ...

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May 28, 2019
ANOTHER BAG from ATTIC WINDOW QUILT SHOP

And let the summer begin!  I hope everyone had a lovely holiday.  Above is another bag that I made for my granddaughter.  Bet you can't guess where she went to college. 

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May 20, 2019
Getting stuff for free or almost from Crazy Quilter on a Bike!



Like all of you (well most of you), I own a lot of quilting stuff. I'd like to say that my stuff is all organized and labeled and I could dig out pretty much anything you ask for. For the most part, that's true, but there's a lot of stuff.

I've been quilting in Studio B, the last couple of days and while the machine runs, I've been poking around in some of the bags. Oh boy - there's a lot of stuff.

I came up with an idea of what to do with some ...

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May 14, 2019
YOU CAN MAKE THIS BAG from ATTIC WINDOW QUILT SHOP

Have you seen this Mary Poppins bag?  Marilyn will be teaching you how to make it at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  However, this Friday's class is full, so if you are interested in making this bag with her, call the shop and get your name on the list for another class.  This class is very popular so I'm sure if enough people are interested Marilyn will teach another class.
Check out the pockets on the inside of the bag.
This is another picture of the outside of the bag.  I love how the zippers open and am ...

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Quilted Bags in Harper’s Garden Fabrics from A Quilting Life

Quilted Bags in Harper’s Garden Fabrics

Hello and happy Tuesday! I probably should have been doing a million other things to get ready. But yesterday I finished up a couple of new quilted bags in Harper’s Garden fabrics for our booth at International Quilt Market later this week. I had plans to make several other items, but things just got too […]

The post Quilted Bags in Harper’s Garden Fabrics appeared first on A Quilting Life.

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May 10, 2019
Bag Sewing - Patterns in Kits from Creatin' in the Sticks

Do you like to stitch your own bags?

(photos - Bluprint)
Until last year, I really hadn't made a lot of large bags.
Then Craftsy (now Bluprint) approached me about designing a large market bag
and
I became a little obsessed with making them.

The larger the better if you ask me.

And this one is big.

It’s made with just one package of 10” squares!

I'm just tickled to share that you can
now pick up your own large Market Tote kit over at Bluprint featuring my pattern.


You can choose from 2 color combinations too!


I ...

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April 25, 2019
This and That from Grandma's Red Needle

Hello everyone! 
 I hope you all had a nice Easter. No public holidays here, just normal days for us. 

How are you doing and what have you been up to recently?
First days of this week have just flown away. Today is actually the first day this week I'm not going anywhere! It's raining too, so what's better than playing with some fabrics and a little bit sewing?! 

Thanks for your comments on the daisy blocks! Since my previous post, I played around a little bit and decided to make three more blocks of each and turn ...

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April 22, 2019
Sew Organized: Best Bags for Quilters from A Quilting Life

Sew Organized: Quilting & Sewing Bags for Quilters

Hello and happy Monday! I hope your weekend was a good one. Today’s post is titled: Sew Organized: Best Bags for Quilters. I’m looking forward to not only sharing some of my favorite bags but also sharing what I keep inside of them and why. And to add a little more fun to today’s post, […]

The post Sew Organized: Best Bags for Quilters appeared first on A Quilting Life.

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April 21, 2019
Shopping bag from Granny Maud's Girl

I started sewing the little patchwork panel for this shopping bag in June last year. Why did it take me so long to finish?

Foldaway shopping bag made by Granny Maud's Girl

The handle features a traditional patchwork star.

All was going swimmingly, but as I was about to sew closed the turning opening in the rectangular panel that makes up the handle, I did a test fold and discovered that it was too small to wrap around the bag, no matter how tightly I folded or rolled the bag. I realised that I would have to unpick the handle and make the background panel larger. It was ...

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April 18, 2019
THURSDAY THINGS OF INTEREST from ATTIC WINDOW QUILT SHOP

Don't forget to sign up for Marilyn's bag class at the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  It is being held Friday, April 26th. You can read more about it here.  Call the shop to register and get your supply list.  This looks like a great Mother's Day gift.  
I did finish this charity quilt.  What a beast this was, from start to finish. So glad it is completed.  Now I'm making pillows for my son and DIL.  I hope to have a tutorial for you on these pillows for your outside chairs that we saw recently at ...

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April 1, 2019
Swapsies from Granny Maud's Girl

I had not taken part in a swap in a very long time, so when I spotted the call for sign-ups for the #petitepatchworkswap, I put my hand up even though the sensible side of my brain knew that my time is limited and I should not. The swap organiser, @jasminesews, asked everyone to make a pouch and a small placemat or large coaster – small and manageable, I thought.

I know some people avoid swaps like the plague, but I genuinely enjoy them. I like the challenge of making something small for someone else and playing with techniques that my ...

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March 29, 2019
Elgin Piecemaker's Challenge Reveal. from The Cozy Quilter

The Elgin Piecemaker's guild has issued a challenge each year for the past few years to the members to create a project with certain parameters...this year we each had to bring a yard of batik to our November meeting.  I brought the bright blue fabric at the top of the picture below.   We stood in a  circle, each holding our yard of fabric in one hand and a pair of scissors in the other hand.  We were instructed to fold our fabric in half, make a small snip with the scissors at the fold and then rip the ...

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