Back to school sewing: Me edition (just a little zip pouch to hold my phone and keys while carrying the baby in a carrier back and forth to the girls' school.)
Granny Square Sampler Along: figuring out how to join all the squares together (similar to improv quilting!)
(thinking I should have this done by New Year's - 2017!)
What else to do when you don't have a working sewing machine? Why, crochet some hats - for everyone you know - of course! I forgot how much I enjoy small crochet projects like this.
I should have a sewing machine by next week but for now I have no progress to report on any of my WIPs.
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Linking up to WIP Wednesday and TGIFF.
Such a cute zip pouch! Love it! What pattern our stitch do you use for the hats? They are really cute! :)ReplyDelete
Oh dear! I hope you get the sewing machine thing sorted out soon!ReplyDelete
Meanwhile your crocheting projects are looking just fab!
So sorry about your machine, but I love that pouch you made. The linen is perfect, and I love the idea of using snippets of Summersville as an accent. It really helps the details of that print stand out!ReplyDelete
What an adorable pouch and your crocheting is beautiful.......love the hats! I wish I knew how to make those!ReplyDelete
I love your hats! I sleep with a hat on every night - long story but if I don't I get really cold - even in 80 degree heat. Your purse is just so adorable!ReplyDelete
Oh yeah! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your new header :)
LOVE that new bag and hope your sewing machine is sorted soon.ReplyDelete
Oh I love granny squares - especially in such lovely colours! I really enjoy crochet but it seems to always get squeezed out by quilting. I must make time for it!ReplyDelete
Those granny squares get me every time! I love them!! Can't wait to see that thing together.ReplyDelete
I love the crocheting - so colorful!! I hope you get a new machine soon so you can get back to sewing :)ReplyDelete
The zipper pouch is so cute. I love the colors on the granny squares.ReplyDelete
Those hats look quite lovely and the yarn looks so yummy. I bet it's super soft.ReplyDelete
your little bag is just adorable!ReplyDelete
You are so quick with the crocheting! Your bag is cute and the hats are adorable. Can't wait to see the finished granny squares though.ReplyDelete
Gosh a broken machine is the worst! I might have to send Jano to be looked at.ReplyDelete
Loving the crochet, amazing how bright the yarn looks in the pictures. Dibs on the purple hat! =D
Love the zip pouch!ReplyDelete
Loving all those hats, and granny squares too. Gorgeous colours!ReplyDelete
The messenger bag is so cute and I love your little crocheted hats! The hats make me excited that cooler weather is approaching (I hope)! Good luck with the whole sewing machine situation...did you decide what you were going to get?ReplyDelete
i love the details on that pouch!ReplyDelete
I do love the pouch! I really like how the pezzy print pops out in the strap. Also I love the crocheted hats too!ReplyDelete
Love this pouch! I used that black/white Essex recently, it's so pretty. I wish I had the courage/patience to try a zipper, I just bought like 30 :(ReplyDelete
Great pouch and I just adore the grannies!ReplyDelete
I just adore those granny squares!! They are so fun! The bag is really cute, too. I could have used something like that when the kids were babies.ReplyDelete
That bag is so cute! What lovely use of Summersville. Is that linen it's on? :DReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up!
All your crochet is looking wonderful! Hope your machine is sorted soon :)ReplyDelete
Love the zip pouch, Beth! Good luck with the machine!ReplyDelete
Great bag! I love the pezzies on the strap. Your crochet is great - what a smart way to spend what would have been sewing time! I hope you get your machine back soon.ReplyDelete