The Rooles were.... to send a Paper Bag with certain items to our Swap Partner. As mine had to travel all the way across land and sea, by air of course, I really should have started much sooner. But this lovely yellow fabric had me baffled. I love Novelty Fabrics but have always used them together with like kind. So to just have the one....... really had me
This is a covered journal, which I thought looked rather nifty. As nothing else was finished I sent this one first. And struggled with the little grey creative cells.
then ~ it struck........... ahah a bag, every quilter needs a bag to keep notions in. I have zillions of them, as I keep separate ones for separate projects.
The yellow looked perfect with the striped fabric.
and the base I made out of the purple fabric too.
I like bags to stand alone, and this one stood very proud indeed.
A small something else was made, which hasn't been received yet. It does take a long time to get to Canada. Not sure whether they think we are off the planet or viceversa.
But something else was needed and I knew my swap partner Peggy was renovating.
A wall hanging. Apparently this is an Olde Irish Blessing. I like it very much and have made for for quite a few friends.
And this is the back. I think the fabric looks a bit
Also enclosed were a couple of Australian magazines.
I enjoyed all the thought process that went into this
swap.... I hope you enjoy it Peggy.
And get well soon.