Oct 01 13

This and That

I haven’t meant to not be blogging; it’s just that most of what I’ve been spending time on isn’t worth talking about or isn’t picture-worthy and what good is a post if there are no pictures?  I feel like I need to get a  post out, though,  so here is a knitting tote bag I made a couple weeks ago:


That color is really off in the photo.  Here’s a closeup that’s a little closer to reality.  It shows one of the sections that was done with ruler work:


This closeup shows the machine embroidery a little better:


I played around a little with the interior pockets and made some small pockets for knitting needles on one side.  The other side has 3 large pockets for “normal stuff:”


This was the first time I’d worked with sewn-in wooden handles and I kind of like that it’s a different look.  Ernie is playing around with making some other wooden handles, so the next one may be a little more interesting…stay tuned!

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  1. Karen Says:

    Love it Pat! Are you doing the ruler work on a DSM? Your machine embroidery is to swoon over! Thanks for the close ups … Karen on Keuka

    PS… Have you seen my completed Wool Penny Garland table topper? Wool appliqué on Cotton backing… So much texture. Take good care!

  2. SewCalGal Says:

    I am continually inspired by your designs, color selection, free-motion quilting and overall impact. While you may thing this bag is simple, I think it is stunning. Thanks for sharing as I do find it helpful to see samples of how you incorporate your spectacular machine embroidery designs with your exception free-motion quilting to create such visual impact.