Monday, October 25

I needed a Fix!

I throughly enjoyed my weekend with the hot air balloons. But by Sunday I had a real need to get a "fix" of fabric between my fingers!   So I got busy getting a few things started.   I had been asked to make baby quilt for a little boy from John Deere prints.  So I got the top down for now. I have got to get more batting before I can finish this.


I also got the outer part of a couple of new purses sewn together.  One is for a friend who loves purses for every holiday.  So I got to finish this one this week as her halloween purse will be outdated  com Nov 1st.
Here is her Thanksgiving purse.

Here is another purse outside that I am making for my sister who is giving them as Christmas presents.
I really love these colors.  My daughter Lauren picked this fabric out for her but could never decide what she wanted me to make for her!  No hope of her ever taking up sewing!  She knows how to pick out fabric though.

And here is one a starting and almost finished this evening. This is for my sister's granddaughter. I want to get a big button to use as part of the closing clasp.



I feel better now that I got my Fabric fix!


Thanks for Reading
 Lisa

4 comments:

John'aLee said...

Reading your profile made me smile! We have a lot in common. I am thrilled to be moving back east! I love the old barns...the festivals and anything to do with quilt history.
Love your totes.

Stray Stitches said...

Darling John Deere baby quilt! Also love the fabrics in the purses.

Farm Quilter said...

Great baby quilt and love your purses! Maybe my purse would be lighter and neater if I did the holiday purse thing LOL but something to think about it!!! Glad you enjoyed the hot air ballooning, that so soooooooo much fun!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The John D. quilt is adorable! I know lots of boys that would be happy with that...lots of big boys, too! Love the fabrics you are using for all of your projects! ♥