So, I figured since the Sewing Summit starts today it might be a fun day to show what I made for it. Now, this is nothing in comparison as to what some of these ladies did before hand, but considering my last few weeks, I am feeling pretty good about getting these little things done.
First, I have just about finished up the 3 quilts that I will be giving to Kate for the 100 Quilts for Kids Campaign. I just have to attach the bindings which I will be doing either at the conference or in the evenings :)
Second, I made this little name badge. I decided to go for simple and clean and so I did some freezer paper printing and then just added a quick border. I am super happy with how it turned out and more importantly how quickly I was able to put it together.
Third, I had this little bag made just for the Sewing Summit. Now I say "I had this bag made" because I didn't make it. A few weeks ago I was telling my mother that I wanted to make a bag for the Summit. I really wanted to use my Aviary 2 fat quarters that I had stashed away for something special. So that was the plan, however I was a bit concerned because A) Time Constrains and B) I don't do 3-D Sewing very well. So, being the wonderful mother she is, she offered to turn my fat quarters into this amazing purse!!! Isn't she the greatest!! Seriously, I love you mom!!!!
So I got my name badge and my purse and I am ready to go!!! First stop is the Shop Hop!!! This is going to be so much fun!!!