But not full.
My niece is expecting baby #2 later this month.
Her precious daughter is 4 years old,
so when I send a quilt for the new baby,
I will also include this little zippered pouch.
I think that when you are 4 years old,
you need someplace to put your treasures!
This zippered pouch was made
If you are at all hesitant about making one,
this is the tutorial for you!
When you are finished, you'll ask yourself,
"Why haven't I made these before now?"
And you'll jump right in
and make another.
Bag number two is my second attempt
at trying Noodlehead's Open Wide Zippered Pouch tutorial,
this time with success!
Was it just last summer
I was participating in a scrappy QAL,
then didn't care for the final project?
Or was it the summer before?
I lose track!
Sometimes it's kind of scary.
Anyway, I came across the blocks I'd made,
and they said they wanted to be a bag.
I saved the best for last.
Bag number three is a
Making it was like pulling teeth! But I did it!
And, you know what?
When I am wintering in Texas,
I bet I make more.
At least two, to give as gifts.
I'm looking forward to cleaning out the bag I use now,
and transferring it's contents
before I go,
(in just over two weeks....YIKES!).
I am linking up to Elm Street Quilt's - Bag It!
Join me there to see lots and lots of other bags
that have been made, most in the spirit of giving.
Patty has been posting many new tutorials for
making a myriad of useful gifts!
Check it out!!
Thanks for stopping in.
My next post will be another give-away,
so I hope you'll visit again!