Monday, November 23, 2020

ON call day!

Good afternoon!  I have made a series of little drawstring bags, using a you tube video.  Gifts fit well in these little bags!

Drawstring Bag Tutorial 초간단 스트링 파우치 | How to make it any size you want - Easy sewing #sewingtimes - YouTube

I was recently gifted a tiny house pattern, rather, some stamped blocks.  Here is my first little house.  Great fun!!
I made a little mini quilt, from tumblers.  It is not quilted yet, but soon.  Would you like some tiny tumblers, all cut out, to make a quilt like this one?  Just let me know if you would.

I will have a drawing if more than one someone wants them.  

 And those strings/strips from last post...I just sewed them altogether.  Not sure what is next, but the little pieces are calling to me!

How many people are gearing up to do Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt?  Should be great fun!!



Binsa said...

Loved your post Julie you are so prolific in your quilting

Anonymous said...

Those strips are going to make a great border!

Dotti in CT

Janet O. said...

I like to use bags for gifts, too.
Cute little house. I have made a few of those myself.
Love the little tumbler quilt, but I actually have a bunch of tumblers cut that need to be stitched up, so I will let you pass your extras on to someone else.
I agree that those strings you stitched together would make a great border.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Have fun with your strips. Thanks for the bag tutorial. I need to make some one of these days.

Jennie in GA said...

Sweet little bags. Thx for the link. Love the little tumblers quilt. I have a set of tiny tumblers awaiting my attention. Am passing on the Bonnie Hunter quilt this time as I have an older one in the wings still awaiting finishing. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving however you may choose to celebrate.

Robin said...

I'd love to do Bonnie's mystery quilt this year because I enjoy the anticipation of each new clue. But, I still have my "On Ringo Lake" quilt waiting to be quilted so I've decided to work on other things. I did get the "Alletaire" quilted this year and it's on my bed. It looks so great and even my husband (who normally has nothing to say one way or the other with my quilting hobby) gave it a stamp of approval. Look forward to seeing what you do with those strips. They would make great sashing around a square of fabric you can't cut into because it's too pretty. (Aren't we all storing some fabric in our stash that we haven't allowed ourselves to cut into yet?)

Flickenstichlerin said...

thank for sharing the draw string bag tutorial. Love your tumblers and house block.

QuiltGranma said...

I too have a collection of tumblers to sew together already. I've made one Tiny Thimbles quilt, and have another bunch cut to make one. I'm just wondering why you didn't decide to make yours a little bigger and use them up? If no one else wants them, I'll take them, thanks.

Andee Neff said...

I would love a tumbler mini so put my name in the ring for your cut outs! I am trying to figure out how one gets into sewing these monthly minis as I am enjoying seeing the ones everyone is making!

Sandy said...

omg julie, those houses are adorable! I don't think I could sew that small

Cynthia@wabi-sabi-quilts said...

That is the tiniest little house. So adorable and your tumbler mini top is so sweet too! (I'm international so leave me out of your drawing).

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