Hot off the Sewing Machine

pocket book side view

I am so happy to have finished this gift project. The colors are just right for the approaching summer season. The front is made with a Susan Sargent remnant and the back is a collage of luscious scraps rescued from a friend’s pillow project waste pile. And in case you can’t see it in these photos, the handles are made from Laurel Birch happy dog-print fabric.

front view

back view

Here’s my freeform quilting on the back, in keeping with a lush pink theme.

Nellablue Designs label

A total of seven different fabric panels are used, including a 4-fabrics pocketed interior in complementary prints. The front and back panels and handbag straps are padded with cotton/poly quilt batting.

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3 responses to “Hot off the Sewing Machine

  1. My gosh, that is just great!!

  2. Thanks, Kelli! Hope the recipient feels the same way!

  3. Oh, Lisa, I wish I were the recipient! Ok, you have got to show me how to do this quilting thing. I can’t wait to go out and find the yummy fabrics. Hasta luego, my multitalented amiga.

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