Wednesday, January 24, 2018

My 100 Day Sewing Challenge #24

I added 4 more days of being able to sew for at least 15 minutes each day to my total this week!!!  This puts me at 67 days!!!

Here's what I stitched up this week ...

I 'boxed' the bottom of this little pouch turned dolly diaper bag and added a handle/strap to it. (I stitched the pouch up a while back.)  The dolly's doll diapers, dolly's baby bottle and ...




these two dolly 'baby wipes' are in the diaper bag.  

(I'm sorry this picture is not very good, I tried several different times to get a better shot and just couldn't do it.  They are small pieces of very pale pink flannel that I stitched a decorative stitch around the edges of.  They are really cute!)


And, I continued working on my mystery quilt project. This week I cut out clue #4 and started sewing it up ... 


What have you been working on?



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16 comments:

  1. I adore the diaper bag!!! Your little friend is going to love it! I stitched up four decorative kitchen dish towels in a Mardi Gras theme yesterday to give as Valentine's Day gifts! Valentine's Day is the day after Mardi Gras this year! Killed two birds with one stone!!!!

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    1. Holley, the kitchen towel that I saw that you did was beautiful! You did some nice work!

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  2. That diaper bag and wipes are so cute! I have 98 days done. Getting there! made flannel hankies, little kleenex holders and still working on a quilt for a gift. Nancy

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    1. Nancy! Look at you ... getting all that done!!!

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  3. The little diaper bag is so sweet. I want to do something similar for my granddaughters. Yours is adorable.

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    1. Thank you Little Penpen, I just used scraps of what I had on hand!

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  4. All your finishes have been so wonderful Patsi. My sewing, needlework and crafting mojo's have finally come back from vacation and I have two cs finishes on my blog and two more I'll post on Friday. I've fired up my sewing machine and glue gun that had been gathering dust and have even posted three cross stitch freebie patterns that I designed to my blog. Feels great to finally be back at it.
    Hugs, Sandy

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    1. Sandy, I'm so glad you got your sewing, needlework and crafting mojo back! I don't like it when I lose mine!

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  5. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that dolly daiper( Aussie 'Nappy') bag. How super dooper cute! Your little twinnie friend is going to think Aunty Patsy is the best thing ever!!!!

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    1. Jane, she loved it and gave me a big hug!

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  6. That diaper bag is so cute!! I am not keeping track of days, but your exercise has gotten me to pare down a bit on my crochet and get some sewing done. I will pass along a money making tip for you as I know you are in that mode. I was collecting damaged vintage linens for a crazy quilt project. Things that were lace, embroidered or were cool old fabric, but had tears, holes, stains. I can get them for about 25-50 cents at garage sales or thrifts and I cut them up. I had a big bin full still and my quilt is almost done so I sewed a bunch of it into various projects and put them in my antique booth. $72 of my check last month was from that and I think it will be more this month as I had more stuff. You can ask more for things made of vintage than new materials.

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    1. Gloria, it's hard to put that crocheting down isn't it!!! That's interesting about the old fabric, lace and embroidery pieces. What kind of things did you make with them?

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  7. I made small pillows, a table runner, a Christmas stocking,a purse, and a framed picture for a babies room using a thrifted antique frame which I sold for $25.

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  8. I love your projects, and I love reading ideas from all the commenters. I have several projects waiting for a day when I can get at them. This weekend, I have my niece and nephew here all weekend, as their parents are helping with a church high school retreat. They are both special needs, so it takes a lot of attention. Today, I plan to take them swimming. Win-win for everyone.

    I had out-of-town friends call, and they are coming to visit tomorrow. I'm super excited because I haven't seen them for quite a while. There are a couple of other things on the agenda, as well. So, I won't get to any of that this weekend, but I still have things ready when I can. I love the idea of sewing for 15 minutes. However, I haven't even got 1 of those days done, yet!!! Now, if it was cooking for 15 minutes.....:)

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    1. Becky, your busy season will pass ... enjoy them and then move on to your sewing projects!

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