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Continuing my draaammmaaa from yesterday. I cut the seam allowances down as close as I could without panicking. It always makes me nervous to cut close to a seam. Sewing the binding went pretty well and I really like the way the binding looks on the edges.
See. It’s a nice, narrow binding and I LOVE those colors together. Love them.
BUT the corners. UGH. Hate them.
Truth be told, there was no chance of me ripping the binding out and starting over because the linen is very un-ravelly. It couldn’t have stood up to it. I was afraid of damaging the orange fabric. That would have been a tragesty.
The corners, however. are tragesties. I should have done my research. I needed a different corner technique to go with my different binding technique. They were all donkey eared. So I cut and resewed them and they are messy as hell.
See the second one down? I didn’t resew that because the donkey ear was small but the other three corners were hugely awful and actually look better resewn than they did at first. Sigh. I’m washing it now in the hopes that, if the wash is going to cause corner problems, I can fix them before gifting it. My husband said it just makes the quilt look more handmade. He is a very nice man.
Onward and Upward to Give Away the Second!
Here we have a slouchy hobo bag that I made out of bark cloth! The floral cloth pattern is perfect for a spring and summer bag. It has two large pockets on either end (excellent for cell phones and keys) and an adjustable strap upcycled from a store bought purse.
The inside used to be a linen skirt and has a button closure pocket on one side.
To enter this give away, just write a comment and that is all. The give away will end on Thursday March 21st at some point and the winner will be announced before that midnight.
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Thanks for stopping by and best of luck. Hopefully the next picture I post of that baby quilt will be happy. At least happy-ish.