I have to admit that this
monthly mini took on a slightly different shape
and direction than previous months.
I've been hooked on making
vinyl project bags.
Since I shared my newest obsession
in an earlier post (Here, Bag It)
I have been making a few (lots) more.
I am not the originator of the pattern.
I followed Jen's YouTube video,
but altered the size to make it just a little bigger.
My friend, Liz, gifted me a few more
vintage towels and I have definelty
been having fun.
I have been trying to use fabric
from my stash,
the green is an older Mary Englebreit
print but worked perfectly with
the colors of the mint plant.
A trip to the LQS helped
to find just the right fabrics to accent
some of the other embroideries.
I love the little chicks.
The embroidery is crayon tinted and
the piece was originally the front of a child size
apron that had been well loved.
Now I want to keep my eyes
open for some more cute vintage embroidered towels
looking for an new job.
But it can also fun to use other
Why not use some of my favorite
Dutch fabrics, bright colors,
and big prints.
The possibilities are endless.
I counted and I have 10 more
16" zippers left.
I see more bags in my future.
I'm linking with Wendy and the
Take a look at what wonderful minis these
fabulous quilters have been
creating. I hope I haven't stretch
the definition of mini too much
Until Next Time-