Over the last
I've been wanting to experiment some more with my Ewe-Fuse fabrics, and since nothing gets me moving quite like a deadline (did I mention that I need a little project to demo at an upcoming speaking engagement?), I just dove right in
After making my first prototype with plain wool, I was itching to start using some pieces of Ewe-fuse that having been nesting since the Spring. After a few attempts and some refinements, I had soon finalized my pattern and construction and I was ready to go into full swing production mode. And then, before I knew it I had not only used up most of the leftover bits and pieces....but I also had a neat pile of cut pieces of fabric ready to go. With just a wee bit of sewing, this pile will be transformed into a whopping 7 more bags! But before I get ahead of myself, I need to stop and thing about what samples I want to use to demonstrate each the various steps in the finishing. I could easily - and quickly - finish them all off.....and then need to make more samples. No big deal, except for the fact that need everything ready and packed in just a couple of short weeks.
(I actually wrote this post days ago, but dragged my feet in taking the snaps. Now I am off to go and do some sewing! :-D)