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Slouchy Bag Workshop

Lots more lovely Slouchy Bags were made this week at Hometown in Rochester. They were all pretty much completed in the day with just top stitching and buttons to be added later.

ElainesSlouchyBagmm

(Elaine’s stripey Slouchy Bag)

MyrnasSlouchyBagmm

(Myrna’s funky Slouchy Bag)

These gals changed their minds about their fabric choices so many times. Didn’t they turn out well!

WendysSlouchyBagmm

(Wendy’s Slouchy Bag with fun bicycles and foxes)

AmandasSlouchyBagmm

(Amanda’s Slouchy Bag with cheeky monkeys and heart shaped buttons)

I love the different combinations.

Elaine had been on one of my workshops before and kindly brought her finished quilt for a show and tell.

ElainesLCInterrupted

This is the first Log Cabin Interrupted quilt I’ve seen finished 🙂 – It’s always good to see finished projects!

………….and don’t you just love Marion’s antique quilt hanging in the background.

 

 

 

 

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One comment on “Slouchy Bag Workshop

  1. Debbierose
    February 4, 2016

    Groovy Slouchy bags – love the monkeys and bicycle fabrics

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