|Not my photo - Pennie's!|
I also worked on my Kinship quilt, my penguin parade quilt, my tall tales quilt... on the second day I took part in a brilliant class with @mrs_moog - more on that in another blog post. I saw so many beautiful things made by my fellow shindiggers I would love to make, that The Committee may see a few new starts in the coming weeks. If you are on Instagram then check out #sewingshindig2019 to see some of the amazing sewing that happened.
|Not my photo... it might be Pennie's...|
I was very lucky to recieve from Kelly @the_orriginal. She totally got me with a mug instead of edible items (#michelinamntostickman continues), a "Badass" pin, fabric wrapping, small pouches.... ad a fabuous pouch of her own design in lovely Alison Glass fabric.
I was making for Sarah @lavenderbluehandmade. Here's the pouch I made her:
It's an upsized Lola Pouch (pattern by @sotakhandmade): it's the first time I've used this pattern but I love that the zip binding gives you a flash of colour and a touch of class. I will definitely be using this pattern regularly! I embellished it with a Baby Brimfield in Liberty and solids on one side and a hand-embroidered mandala on the other (pattern from Urban Threads). It's then all hand quilted with a denim base. I have to say I was pretty please with it and I think Sarah liked it!
Oh and there's a little hand embroidered zipper pull as well!
See you again next year Shindiggers!