I was looking around here wandering if I stopped al together in all things "fabric." It turns out that not at all, I'm still into the sewing, quilting, making; it's just that haven't post much about. It's my loss 'cause I do love sharing and talking about the things we make.
One of the crafty projects that I didn't show here is this purse:
I used the tutorial for the reversible bag with a twist. I measured the 'perfect' square size to make it into a "patchwork" reversible bag. It belongs to one of my daughters, the one that always carries a purse/bag around with a book inside. The owl fabric is from Jo-Ann's, she loves owls and so she picked a bit of it on our last trip to the US. The rest of the fabrics I'm sure you know them by heart ;) The inside of the purse is a shirting fabric I found locally.
Another project I made during the Holidays is this Christmas tree skirt. I know it has nothing about Christmas on it but believe me it look incredible under my tree. I used my very favorite fabrics from my stash for this project: Liberty of London. I made it on one long afternoon using the quilt-as-you-go technique. I'm sure I'll use this tree skirt every year.
I guess little by little sewing stuff for our daily life becomes part of the usual; without noticing that a blog post was in order.