In 2019 I only completed one quilt, a low not seen since 2012. Thus, two of my goals this year are repeats of 2019.
Goal 1: Fox fabric
In 2019, I purchased different coordinating fabrics than the ones referenced last year, but this still didn't help me settle on a design.
Goal 2: Rainbow fabric
I have a bin of coordinating solids and prints all ready to go, just no design.
Goal 3: Cherries
I love cherry prints, so couldn't pass this up when it was on sale. I bough plenty of yardage, but while I have a few coordinating prints, I don't have enough of any of them.
Saturday, December 21, 2019
This is a nightlight, so it's more of a decoration akin to the mini-fireplace from two years ago than an ornament, but I wasn't about to pass up something that lights up, was on sale, and was a shaped like a flamingo. I strung it with garland, attached some colored bulbs, and glued on a Santa hat, and despite this lack of much fabrication effort on my part, it is by far my most exciting contribution to the Ornament Exchange this year.
Saturday, November 16, 2019
I bought this remnant of Disney princess fabric awhile ago and never used it for anything. Since we were taking another family trip to Florida again this year, I decided to make little treat bags as souvenirs for the girls. Each is personalized with a letter charm as a zipper pull.
Finished size: 7.5"W x 5.5"H x 1.5"D
Sunday, September 15, 2019
When I made Claire's princess bag, I also made a mini princess bag. The fabric I used for Lucy's Moana bag didn't really lend itself to a small version, so I made her a mini Minnie bag. She has recently developed a love for "Mimmie," as she calls her.
Finished size: 9" W at top, 5.5" W at bottom, 5.5" H, 3.5" D
Sunday, September 8, 2019
Lucy loves Moana. It was time to make her a bag to match Claire's princess bag, so Moana was the obvious choice. I tried to make it as similar to Claire's as possible, but it came out a little larger due to the design of the fabric.
Finished size: 12"W x 10"H x 5"D