Saturday, February 14, 2015

Le Challenge

I started this Noodlehead Super Tote at Thanksgiving and then a whole lot of things happened so it wasn't until the end of January that I got to get it finished. I was going desperately through my pictures looking for anything I might have made that had dots! It hit me the Super Tote had Cotton+Steel Basic fabric with dots on the inside!

Then I had to figure out when I finished it to make sure the time frame was right! I am so glad it is! I am joining in the Le Challenge #19 - Dots this month! Yippee! I love the monthly challenge! You might like it to and they have a monthly prize you can win! I enjoy looking at what everyone has made, it is not just for quilters but everyone who crafts! Please click on the blue link above and check it out! If you signup for their (Lucy & Nat) email you can find out what the challenge is for next month and join in!

Moon Shine, Deer Me, Tula Pink, is one of my favorite fabrics making it was difficult to mail the tote to my cousin's wife. She made me really happy when she called and told me how much she loved it!

I just need to make another one for myself!

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  1. Oh, your bag has me drooling!
    Tula Pink was at our LQS yesterday and I was not able to go - I really wanted to have her autograph some fabric!

  2. Love your bag. Those are my favourite fabrics too!

  3. Nice tote! I also have one on my list :)

  4. Don't you just love it when something you already planned to do (or did) fits the challenge criteria? Very nice tote; no wonder she loved it.

  5. It is lovely. To me, the best thing about making and giving gifts is knowing that the recipient loves them; I'm happy for both of you!

  6. What a great bag, thanks for sharing on le challenge.

  7. Love Tula Pink and cute bag. Love it even more when it fits a challenge

  8. This is another free pattern for an iron caddy plus pressing surface. Love those free patterns. Karen Pollard


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