I sewed all my scraps of fabric together in rows to create one big piece and then cut it up into squares about 9.75 inches. I used strips 2.5 inches wide to attach the squares together. I decided to quilt all three layers together with the Babylock Sashiko, but decided not to quilt inside the squares. I was hoping it would make it more “poofy” in the centers. It’ll be such a cute little pallet for baby boy to lay on when he gets here!
Remember these skirts I made back in January? Well, I finally had a chance to get sweet Addy to model them. She’s got this modeling pose down pat! Isn’t she cute!
I had some time to sew last weekend and actually completed TWO projects! The first was the cute little bib in my last 365 post. The second is this dandelion purse.
I think it’s the perfect come-on-Spring purse. There are some things I will tweak when I make it a second time, but this one still works! It’s big enough to hold basic purse necessities and still fold over, but you can also unfold it and fit an iPad or a couple of books.