Friday, September 13, 2013

Finishes this week...

...I'm linking up with Amanda Jean at crazy mom quilts.

...finish #1
a Tammy Bag made with 6" handles
 and two more that will be exactly the same that I hope to finish next week.

...finish #2
another Tammy Bag
and I have  a second one with the same pink ribbon fabric just waiting for the handle.

If you are interested in making a Tammy Bag you can get the pattern from
Madam Samm...it's in her Craftsy Shop.
Check out Madam Samm's Pinterest page of Tammy Bags.
I just luv my wee gingham bear...hand made and signed by the bear artist.
She is jointed and stands only 3-1/4" tall. 

...my 3rd finish is made from orphan blocks made into a quilt top.
A 'mystery' person placed the quilt top on the Safe House table in hopes 
that someone would take it home ...quilt, bind and label it.
It is ready to take to the Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild meeting on September 21st.
The 'mystery' person who stitched the blocks together was very creative...
I have another one to quilt but it will be for the November meeting.
I also made my last batch of hamburger relish.


...a reminder of my
September giveaway.

 I have another hand embroidered designs by Michelle Ridgway to giveaway.

I will pick the winner September 30th from all comments on my 
September blog postings.
The more postings you comment on in September ...
the more chances you have to win. 

till next time and 
happy stitching




25 comments:

Lesley said...

Oh my goodness...you were really, really busy! Love the Tammy bags...the frames intimidate me so I would rather see your bags than try to make my own! The quilt looks great in your garden. Wonderful stitchery to giveaway. Thanks for the chance!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Your bags are so cute.

QuiltSue said...

I'm like Lesley. I love the look of your bags, but those frames are scary. So are zips come to that, so I just can't make bags!!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Love those bags Pauline - where are you getting your handles? blessings, marlene

Phyllis said...

Cute bag! I want to try making one of those.

Judy1522 said...

Wow! you managed to finish quite a few projects. Your Tammy bags are so cute.

Sharon Dawn said...

Those are some cute bags! I may have to give in and try one!
You have been busy with a little of everything it looks like ;-)

barb said...

If that quilt (top) needs a good home, i will take it, love it, quilt it and donate to charity blessings, Barbara babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Love the Tammy bag. Your hamburger relish looks yummy!

Bonnie Pfrimmer said...

I like your little bear too. He is just precious.. You finished a nice lot of projects..Love the
Tammy bags. They are on my to-do list.

Mama Spark said...

The bags are great! Nice finish on the quilt too. I finished one but can't post it yet as it auto posts on FB and the person I made it for reads my FB!! I hope to post about it soon too.

You have been super productive!

sandra said...

You have been a busy lady, love the Tammy bags and the quilt you finished is pretty.

Angelia Lanouette said...

Your Tammy bags are beautiful! I really need to stop thinking about making one and just do it. Thank you for sharing! anglanouette at gmail dot com

Christa Hitchcock said...

The Tammy bags look great! Really love the feathers on the fabric of that first one! Very colorful! ;)

JudyCinNC said...

Busy is what I would call you - you are an inspiration. Judy C in NC

shawn said...

Love relish on my burger!
smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

Christine M said...

Your Tammy bags are lovely Pauline. As is your quilt. Great finishes!

Karen said...

You are super busy again. I always love to see what you are up to. The Tammy bags are delightful and the fabrics you have chosen are lovely.
That's an interesting idea to have a swap table - so good of you to take the top to quilt. It looks pretty. It looks like you and your long arm are working very well together!

Karen said...

Beautiful work Pauline! Thanks for sharing...

rubyslipperz said...

Those are darling bag/purses...and fun quilt too. You've been very busy-crafty girl!

hugZ,
annie =)

Martha said...

I love the Tammy bags, I have never tried making one but they look intriguing!! And all that relish, WOW!! I need to get out into the garden and harvest tomatos and peppers for salsa before the cold gets them!!! Thanks for sharing, your work is amazing!! :^)

Gill said...

I love Madame Samm's Tammy bag pattern!

Susan P said...

Cute bags and the relish looks delish!

Judy1522 said...

Your hamburger relish looks delicious.

shawn said...

A very colorful quilt.
smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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