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November 15, 2021 from Living Water Quilter

Aunt Baby’s Bag, A Tote On GoYou know we always need a way to carry our quilting supplies to...

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July 2, 2021
Pin Woven Tote from From My Carolina Home

Last post, I did the tutorial on how to Pin Weave fabric strips with cording. Today, we’ll use those to make the bag. I’ll give you the entire supply list today too. Before we get started, a couple of commenters on the last post worried about the cording being loose, and possibly catching on things. I have been carrying this bag to shows and meetings for four years now and never had that happen. But, if you were concerned about it, you could zigzag stitch them down, or use smaller intervals and strips.

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February 4, 2021
Portland Tote (tester versions) from Sotak Handmade


Hello everyone!

As promised, I'm back to share the beautiful Portland Totes my super talented pattern testers created. I love how different these bags are, and how well they represent each of the maker's style.

Let's get to it, shall we?

Dorothy @casoncreativedesigns on IG created this beautiful Portland Tote. I love the fabric Dorothy chose as well as the fabulous details she added to her adjustable strap. 

I love this travel inspired bag sewn by the lovely Fani @faninoulika on IG. So sweet, and would definitely make a lovely handbag to be taken on trips.

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July 17, 2020
Totes Totes from Becca's Crazy Projects

I've been digging through my fabric and pulling out pieces I think will work for masks. When I find pieces big enough to make totes (about 1/2 yard of fabric per tote) I press it and set it aside. I did that all week. 
I sat down to assemble them on Sunday. I didn't even count them first. 
When I sew these I move through them rather quickly, sewing a piece and dropping it beside me. 
Assembly-line sewing at its finest. These are constructed using my serger then finished on the Juki. 
They do stack up nicely ...

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June 17, 2020
Odds and Ends from Becca's Crazy Projects

Sometimes I will go through my collection of fabric, pull out a few, and get stitching. Here is a stack of fabric I pulled last week. What did I make? Well, a bunch of things.
I used this fun camper fabric and a zipper from ZipIt on Etsy (they are taking a break right now but they are my favorite zipper vendor) to make a pillow case for my travel pillow.
Definitely going with me when we can travel more freely again.
I used the free pattern from the Green Bag Lady to cut out nine totes. These are quick ...

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May 11, 2020
Paper or Plastic? Neither! from Becca's Crazy Projects

Pulled out the serger this past weekend to make some quick totes. It took me almost as long to set it up for 4-thread overlock as it did to make my totes. I'm not saying it is difficult to change the set-up because it isn't. It just takes a few minutes to find the cheat-sheet and tools to get it set up correctly. Threading is a breeze!
My aunt sent me these fabrics a couple years ago and they've been sitting on a shelf for entirely too long. I went over to the Green Bag Lady's ...

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March 10, 2020
Personalizing Our Own Log Cabin from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Hi, fabric friends! 

I’m excited to be bringing you a fresh new topic today: Log Cabins! I really wanted to talk about this today because not too long ago we asked you on social media, which quintessential block would you be?

We had an overwhelming amount of responses, and after counting your votes, Log Cabin was the winner! Now we really wanted to show the versatility of this classic quilt block and how you can make it unique to YOU. With this idea in mind, myself and a couple of girls at the studio were excited to take a ...

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December 10, 2019
From knits to COTTON: Pine Lullaby Rediscovered from Art Gallery Fabrics-The Creative Blog

Capsules_banner_pine_lullaby_rediscovered_600pxAnother week, another release! It's been a crazy month here at AGF but we are excited to always keep showing what we've been working on the past couple of months. You might've heard of our collection Pine Lullaby before, and it's because we've created this collection in the past that was released in KNIT only! We really wanted it to create the perfect apparel option for kids, and it will be a great option to make the softest pillows and blankets too. Well a couple of months passed by and boy, did we get an ...

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