-Complete Rachel's overnight bag (needs to be done by February so she can take it on her mission trip) So proud of that girl!
-Complete the pink baby quilt that is my "prototype" for the math quilt I want to make for my friend's baby that is due early April
-Start some Tula City Sampler blocks (I want to complete one of the quilts from this book by the end of the year)
-Complete a bag from the new Sew Sweetness bag of the month pattern
Those are some pretty lofty goals considering my sewing time is after the kids go to bed, and only every other week since I spend 7 nights in a row working at the hospital and those days trying to sleep and maintain some sort of family time. But, I do accomplish things when I want to...like these two bags that finished my crafting for 2013. Rachel's elephant bag and Hannah's Recipe bag were Christmas gifts for my nieces. They might be my favorite creations ever. I just fell in love with those prints and look forward to using them in more projects! I'll be so grateful when the weather breaks and I can take pictures outside. Hanging bags on chairs just isn't as cute as hanging on a tree or the deck. Hurry up Spring!!!!
|Rachel's Elephant bag front|
|Rachel's Elephant bag back|
|Rachel's Elephant bag inside|
|Hannah's Recipe bag front|
|Hannah's Recipe bag inside|
|Hannah's Recipe bag back|