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I work with big pieces of fabric for my project bags, but in the process, I get a lot of offcuts. These pieces are too small on their own, but still very beautiful, dyed with dyes that I extract from plants. It would be a shame to toss them! So to limit the waste to the minimum, I decided to start making bags made with
Kimberlly González saved to emprendimiento
Quilted Stars I don’t think I’ve ever actually made a classic quilt star! This quilt block was inspired by a wall that I designed with Felt Right. The wall is made of sticky felt tiles, and is perfect for pinning things to, including quilt blocks! For fun, I designed a GIANT quilt star for my design. The Flying Star
Check out this FREE quilted, cozy, and practical DIY Weekender/Tote bag. Traveling is always fun, but can be made even better with your own personalized patchy half square triangle bag.
Cynthia Martyn saved to PROJECTS.
The craft blog of pattern designer Jeni Baker. Creative adventures in quilting, sewing, and color. Plus free sewing and quilting tutorials.
Teresa Davidson saved to Sew Cute!
Quilting is one of this year’s biggest trends and, while quilted coats and clutches have already made their mark, it’s time now for carry-alls to have their moment in the spotlight. Roomy enough for laptops and other essentials, these puffy bags are also perfect for overnight stays as well as adding a touch of chic to your day-to-day.
Elizabeth saved to fall shopping
Made in L.A. from canvas and ultra-soft quilted remnant fabrics, this lightly structured silhouette easily holds everything from your laptop to beach gear. This petite yet spacious tote has all the organization you need for a day of going places. Carry yours by the top handles or the optional shoulder strap.
100% Cotton Length: 16 1/2", Height: 16", Depth: 3"
Machine Wash Cold, Tumble Dry Low Made in the U.S.A
Carla Antunes saved to Costura criativa
How was your weekend? I had a lovely relaxing one playing in the kitchen, finishing a couple of secret sewing projects, and roaming ...
Make All Things Beautiful saved to Bento bags
Plant dyeing is my day job but I don’t often get to play with the dyes. This month I decided to shake things up a little and get some time off to just have fun. I got inspired after my last Dyeing with Plants workshop for the year. I saw my students experience modifiers’ magic and I felt an urge to try out some pattern
Alex saved to ROSI FASHION - photo ideas
Top US quilting blog, Diary of a Quilter, features 25 Favorite Charm Square Quilts and Projects: bags, table runners and large quilts. Click here now!!
Marsha Ransom saved to quilt ideas