Monday, March 18, 2019

A few finishes

The Camp Tuckabatchee quilt show is coming up at the end of March. I promised to donate several project bags.  Here are the 7 project bags that I finished.

back of the last 2 project bags

I'd made these project bags last fall, but hadn't gotten the binding stitched on them.  Now they are DONE! 

My Treadle On vintage people powered sewing machine group has several block exchanges each year.  It's a great way to get people to use their hand cranks and treadle sewing machines.  Since some of the collectors are just learning how to sew with their machines, the Spring and Fall basic exchanges are a great way to learn.  This year, the Spring basic block exchange is Rail Fence blocks.  I made 4 sets (one set in each color), and they are waiting for me to get them in the mail.
Rail Fence TOBE blocks

These blocks were made on my 1927 Singer 15 hand crank. 
1927 Singer 15 hand crank

I have another finish, but I haven't gotten any pictures of it yet.  Hopefully I'll get pictures this week.  It is also for the Camp Tuckabatchee quilt show.


  1. Great bags, Cheryl! They will be appreciated and put to good use!

  2. That's a lot of bags! Bet it felt good to get them done!

  3. Great bags. I love that part of quilt shows where I can shop and score some great items. Will you be having a demo of your machines? Have a great time.

  4. People will love your project bags! ~Jeanne

  5. Oh, I love the mannequin boag! Nice work.

  6. Your bags are great! Beautiful and functional. Hope they sell well!


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