Tamara’s new camera bag.
Pat’s knitted purse. Thank goodness we don’t discriminate against knitters. Ha! Ha!
Stephanie’s knitted purse, made from recycled fabric, buttons, & handles from another purse. Stephanie has entered her purse into a contest. If you go to http://www.makeitminemag.com/ under community click on “Challenge Gallery” you will see Steph’s purse. We all wish you alot of luck! I think you have a winner.
Susan’s finished afghan, you all may remember Susan was working on this afghan in the April meeting. Very nice Susan. Susan also made an afghan for me. It is a Grandmother’s Flower Garden afghan and it reminds me of the Grandmother’s Flower garden quilt that my Grandmother made. Thank you so much Susan, I love it! Cori has the pictures in her camera.
Krista’s beautiful squares. Can’t wait to see this one completed, love the yarn!
Pam’s squares, what cute little squares!
Sonya’s squares for her Schlep Bag!
Trying something different. I am having trouble saving more than one picture, so here goes one at a time.
Wendy’s Schlep Bag Square from the Trunk Yarn. The reason we call it that is because someone gave me alot of yarn and I put it in my trunk and people just come and shop out of my trunk, hence the trunk yarn.
Marge’s Schlep Bag
Overachiever Miss Elizabeth’s bag
Uh OH! I’m one of the overachievers too! This is the starting of my Schlep Bag.
Rosina and her schlep bag, plus her baby boy hat from my aviator hat pattern in Jackie Clark’s Sweetest Gifts book. Oh look the book is right behind her, what a coincidence!
Sheri’s beautiful squares for her Schlep bag.
Christian’s Schlep bag squares.
Hello everyone! We had a such a good time at the May meetings, seeing new projects everyone had been working on for the last month and learning how to make the crocheted Schlep Bag. Thank you to Rosina for showing us. Of course we had some overachievers who couldn’t wait until the meeting to put their bags together. These are some of the pictures of show and share and some of the overachievers’ bags. Thank you to Pam for the wonderful treats, yummy carrot cake and brownies! We need the recipe for the carrot cake! More pictures to come.
Hi everyone! I hope you are looking forward to our next meeting. We will be putting together a great schlep bag. The pattern is actually for Inga’s Heukelbeutel bag. You can find the pattern here. And you don’t have to use her square pattern; any square will work. Think about your weave and stretch and what you plan to use the bag for. You need 16 squares.
Date: Monday, May 19
Time: 10 a.m. to noon OR 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Place: Twist Yarn Shop (607 W. Douglas)
Questions: contact me at the e-mail address on the left sidebar of the blog. See you soon!
This started out as the squares for my sister’s KS My Stitch May Workshop. I knew she wouldn’t be able to make them by the meeting, so I went ahead and made them. Then I realized she was going to the International Quilt Show in Portland, Oregon this week. So, I decided to go ahead and put them together, and embellish. I used some handles that I cut off of a purse that I found at the Value Center dowtown. And of course I couldn’t just stop at the squares I had to embellish each one with a bullion stitch flower in the center of each one. Then it needed to be lined and have a closure. Anyway, she will be carrying me along with her to Portland (by way of this bag)!
Amugurmi Mr. Owl.
My First Knitted Baby Hat. With crocheted flowers and vine. Worn by a baby that was in the shop with her mother. Her mother wanted to knit one just like it. So I took pictures. Sorry I don’t know the babies name though. But thank you mother for allowing me to take pictures of your little baby girl.
Amugurumi Mr. Penguin. I have been teaching classes on these little creatures and having a blast making them.
Jackie’s Spring Market Restructured Shirt. She has not seen this or the bag yet. I am going to give them to her for Mother’s day today so that she can hopefully wear it to market this week. Have Fun Jackie.