I enjoy sewing but am definitely a beginner; so fat quarter projects are a simple, fun way to get used to my sewing machine; and get creative!
And with fat quarter projects in mind, I thought I would share how I made this cute reversible tote bag. I’ve made a couple of these bags now, one as a gift, and one for myself, and they’re a fairly quick make once you have the materials ready.
This past week on instagram I have taken part in a small Colour My Everyday photo challenge with an autumn theme.
The challenge set by @adventuresandteaparties involves posting an image every day throughout the challenge, fitting with the prompt for the day. It’s super easy and a fun way to get posting inspiration. I liked it so much I thought I would share the fun here on the blog too.
Here we are at the end of May, and how great has this month been!
So here’s a recap of what I’ve been up to, what I’ve been enjoying, watching, reading and so on.
But also, to keep looking ahead, some goals, and things that I’m looking forward to, and so, instead of looking back, however fun May has been, and looking forward to what’s going to be happening in June!
Just as a bit more me on the blog aside from the crafty stuff!
I had never sewn a garment. For a long time I really wanted to sew a circle skirt, because I heard they were a great beginner project, but it was merely an idea. Finding THIS VIDEO HERE by Made Everyday. She made it look SO simple…
I shared this project on my old blog, but wanted to re-share it here.