If you are unfamiliar with English Paper Piecing there are a billion tutorials online. I am in love. I love how I can take the projects with me wherever I go. I decided I was going to make a travelling sewing bag for all my rulers and tools, so I could take it with me on my trip to Sewing Summit. I used Carrie's tutorial for the Travelling Art Case. I modified it a bit and it turned out great. Thanks Carrie. I made the mistake of not cutting the fabric long enough to make the pocket like she showed, so my tools sometimes slip a bit. If I were to make it again I would definitely modify it.
This is a picture of the trees just North of our house. We live in such a beautiful place. I love Sun Valley, Idaho.
Thanks for giving me a chance to participate and share my project. I hope you stop by again to see my crafty side.
This post is part of the Travellin' Pic Stitch Blog Hop. From 1st October - 30th November we are hopping all over the world EPP-ing in some fantastic locations. Check out the full list here and be sure to check out the other participants. On 30th November it's over to you to link up for a chance to win these fabulous prizes! Sponsored by Paperpieces.com, FabricwormPink Castle Fabrics , Marmalade Fabrics, the Fat Quarter Shop, WantItNeedItQuilt, and Aurifil.
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