I signed up for a class a few months ago to make a bag, but after gathering all the necessary items needed and dragging my sewing machine to the class, I wasn't even able to start sewing due to reasons beyond an explanation. So there that little bundle of a project sat staring at me. It begged to be sewn...yeah, whatever! I had other things to do.
I woke up at 4 a.m. yesterday and couldn't go back to sleep.
Maybe it was that darn bag calling to me or the repeated music in my head...
"We all live in a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine.."
Whatever it was, I did what any self-respecting sewer/quilter would do.
I got out of bed and started sewing the The Beatle Bag by Abbey Lane Quilts,
"Yellow Submarine Bag"
This bag has inserts that can hold lots of things.
-On-the-go sewing needs
-Emergency prep items for the car or home
-Beads and tools for making scissor fobs or something else crafty
-Embroidery threads and all the tools needed to create a work of art
I do have some problems following patterns and I just might have made a few boo-boos
along the way, but overall I managed to make a usable bag that didn't look too bad.
The pattern recommends using Soft & Stable foam by Annie ...have you ever used it?
It's pretty amazing stuff! I've met Annie and taken a class from her...she's so nice!