Thursday, January 1, 2009

Finished Sewing Projects! Yep, I did something.

First up, aprons.

Made this for a friend to give her mom for Christmas. McCall's 5643This one was for a gal at work who is in her fifties and celebrated Christmas for the first time this year(er, that would technically be last year, huh?). She needed a Christmas apron, don't you think?? This pattern is called Four Corners.I made this apron for my Etsy shop, but it never made it that far. I took the inventory from my shop to work w/me and sold out in a day! Yay! But I wouldn't have minded NOT selling this one...my own design.Next up, a knitting bag for my sister for Christmas. A friend of mine is a knitter and gave me some advice before I started on this bag...a wide bottom, plenty of pockets and sturdy handles. I took a bag pattern that I had on hand w/a fairly wide bottom and modified it to meet her other suggestions. I was pleased at how well it came together! And as a last minute decision, I made a roll up needle case to match the bag. When I bought these Amy Butler fabrics i had no idea what I was going to do with them(but I couldn't NOT buy them). I think they were perfect for this project! Aren't they yummy?

6 comments:

threeundertwo said...

Love the aprons! I might have to go get that McCall's pattern. And as a knitter, I can tell you that the bag and needle roll are awesome! What a lucky recipient!

I invite you to link up to my blog to show your finished projects every Friday.

vickybu said...

Love, love, love the knitting bag! Any chance you'll make some of those for your Etsy shop? I'd definitely buy one!

Bonnie D. said...

Kellie:
Your sewing projects are looking great!!

Yarni Gras! said...

let me try again.....your aprons are gorgeous. I love the knitting bag.
You should make a ton of stock and take it to school with you more often!

Patty said...

I love the apron you sold at school! I also love your cute crab bowl for the dip. (Notice how I always focus on food?)

Scott and Jackie Newman said...

I love my bag!! :) Thanks again - it's perfect! I think I'm going to start making some scarves to put back in case we chose to do a craft show any time soon. ;) Love ya!