sent after the buzzer...
but at last, I finished my last piece for my Urban Home Goods swap partner. I am pleased with my final results - but still a little anxious because this was the first time I made any of these projects. My sewing machine is still warm and I am dying to get to a new project. That is a good sign.
My place mats - bound at last. I had no idea how long all of this binding would take, so I got myself under the gun for the rest of my package. But I wouldn't change this - I have decided I need some of these for my dining room. I love that, although not perfectly, they come together for a table decoration of sorts.
Then I made this sewing machine cover. I used some of my partner's favorite Heather Ross prints. Does Heather Ross make anything bad? I don't think so, every idea she has so quirky and charming. Her machine is much bigger than mine, so I hope it fits - *fingers crossed*
Last up, a grocery bag dispenser. This little guy was thankfully simple, so it was a quick project I could get done in a hurry to rounds out the package. And useful too! I think my ugly one from the early 90's needs replacing!
So, now, what's next? Tokyo Map QAL? Quilt-as-you-go-along along? The Hawthorne Scarf? Maybe I'll try all three??