Wednesday, 20 February 2013

WIP Wednesday - Quilted Tote

There's not a whole lot I can say about this bag, so I'll let the pictures speak for itself.

As I've mentioned on Sunday, when I started making this bag I used Stampin'Up fabric range Comfort Cafè that my sister brought over from the UK.  She's a Stampin'Up demonstrator and you can visit her blog HERE.  


I free motion quilted the front and back pockets using stippling, and the body of the bag straight line free motion quilting.



The little canvas piece was stamped using a "Stampin'Up" stamp.  It is not completely done yet, I still want to add a button or two for embellishment.






I've used my own pattern that you can download on my My Patterns page.  The only difference is that I quilted the bag panels and therefore the bag ended up a little bit smaller.

I am linking up to WIP Wednesdays @ Freshly Pieced.

Happy quilting.


9 comments:

Molly said...

very pretty bag- very nice fmq too!

Lorna McMahon said...

Sew pretty! Love the stamped 'label'. It is a nice touch!

Patchwork and Play said...

Your bag is fabulous! I popped over from Freshly Pieced- your photos are brilliant and clear!

Aline Ream said...

I love it....very pretty bag. Spring looking!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

I love your bag! The colours and prints work together so well and the variety in quilting makes it really special - plus that stamp-label of course.

Julie @ The Crafty Quilter said...

Your bag is so pretty! I adore the stamped label that you added. I have tons of SU stamps, so I'm definitely going to try that on a project. What type of ink did you use? Thanks for sharing!

Kelly Vetch said...

That's just adorable!! The fabrics are fantastic!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Fantastic bag!!! I love it

TiaraHelen said...

This is so beautiful. All your work seems so crisp, and that fmq is amazing. I asked your sister whether you are a professional quilter, you really seem to have a talent for it, and after only one year!

I am a jack of all trades quilter and can only aspire to your level of skill.

Helen x

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