Saturday, April 16, 2011

Almost...

I didn't get distracted by new projects last night and made good progress on the bags.

The Googy Bag from Bronwyn over at Red Brolly just needs it's handle - there was a thought that it may get attached today but that has not happened so here it is so far.

The two of Us bag from Rosalie Quinlan designs is complete.

This was a kit from the Immerse retreat, September 2010, so I guess there are a whole bunch of these that look like the pattern picture using the red check that was supplied. I didn't need to find something in the stash to complete it and there was just the right amount of fabric so no little leftovers either.

I am very happy with my progress and while these are small bags they are very pretty and will be handy.
Thanks to Heidi and Bobbi for hosting the Friday Night Sew In - sure is fun imagining sewing with a whole lot of like minded creative people in the comfort of my own lounge room.
Hope your Saturday is sunshiny.

12 comments:

clare's craftroom said...

Wow I think you've done very well , I love both bags !

Michelle Ridgway said...

Both little bags are so cute and so beautifully sttiched too.

Maria said...

How good is that to work on two projects and nearly finish both.
Love both bags.

Jindi's Cottage said...

Cute baggies..well done on not being distracted...

Shay said...

Wow! They're both fabulous. Looks like you had a craftilicious evening!

Im still adoring the Rosalie Quinlan . It turned out beautifully!

Chocolate Cat said...

These are 2 very cute bags! Love them both.

Doris Sturm said...

Nicely done, Mistea, you do good work!

Jody Herbert said...

Both bags look beautiful! I went to the immerse retreat last year too - and started the same Rosalie Quinlan bag - mine's not quite finished yet though! You had a very successful FNSI!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Fantastic...both bags are just gorgeous...

Heidi said...

Both bags are adorable. Love all the stitching!

Melody said...

Both bags are fabulous.

marina said...

what great bags! Of course I am a little partial to the hexagon stitchery!