You're going to have kids beating down your door to have you make one for them. The butterfly one is just beautiful and the little accessories are so cute.
Elizabeth, Love all your purses.
Lovely bag Elizabeth.
Angèle from NWO
Wow I should have said lovely bags!!! Your granddaughters will be very happy.
Elizabeth you have done amazing work on the messenger bags and coin purse.
Elizabeth, I love your butterflies, can I get in line with the little girls
gini in north idaho
Elizabeth, your DDIL is a lucky gal, another beauty! Love the coin purses as well.
Your bags are delightful and gorgeous. I can see why they are in demand. I love all the little details that make them special. Thanks for sharing them!
Elizabeth, I just can't get enough of your bags! They are just wonderful. Especially love the one for your DDIL.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
Working on Mystery Quilt # 9. It is coming together very nicely.
Elizabeth, love your bags and coin purses!
I've kind of been working on quilt related stuff. I'm making some postcards to mail to family and friends from the Oregon retreat. Here are a couple of them. These are from fabric I picked up at a shop hop. The backs are below. I tried putting on regular binding but that was cumbersome and time consuming. So I'm just machine stitching around the edges.
Judy those are cute! Oh I wish I was a member of your family!
I worked on a quilt today, preparing backing for my Butternut Nd Blue. I had three blocks that were sized wrong so I pieced them into a strp for the center of the back. Then I prepared fabric for one side. This is going to make you laugh, or groan, as in how stupid can you be. I trimmed off the selvege, forgetting that I had the fabric folded in forths lengthwise. So when I unfolded the fabric I had two pieces. Dang! So I had to sew it back together. When I did that, here it comes again! I had cut the length too short, so I had to add more fabric! The second side went a lot better. An hour job took me three!
elaine, welcome to my life. if i ever had quilt where every piece went on the way it was supposed to the first time, i would faint. dead away.