I am still getting used to my blog - phew how exhausting. My friend Jean is helping me and I am sure I am not a good student. This bag was made last year to demonstrate paper piecing. The fabric for the hexagons was fantastic - all the hexagons on this bag came from the same fabric of course I now have very holey fabric but who cares I bought the fabric for fussy cutting. The edges are all bound with a stripe cut on the diagonal.
Must get more things out for even more photos, until next time
I am setting up my blog, this is what I hope is the first of many posts . As I mentioned in my profile I love to sew and I am a collector of all things sewing. Probably it would be safe to say my most favourite colour is red. I also love to collect meaningful quotes and use them in my embroidery. Let me leave you with this lovely quote until I can get back to you. "An invisible thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place of circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle but will never break"
I am an embroiderer but I also love combining embroidery with simple patchwork. I love my garden and often pick little posies to look at during the day and gain inspiration from. I live in a little cottage full of hand-me-downs and old treasures found and hand-made.