Friday, May 13, 2011

Circa 1934

I'm sorry to be posting late. I told you I would post more projects I made with my sister, Julie's new line for Moda. But blogger was down this morning when I tried. And I spent the rest of the day at International Quilt market. What a treat! It's so great to have Julie for my sister!

Well on to the fun things I was able to create with Julie's Circa 1934. First I made a simple checkbook cover. I fussy cut this fun saying off her project board fabric. I thought it was perfect for this little project.
Next I made a little change purse, also fussy cut from the project board fabric. There are so many possibilities with this project board fabric. I also covered a button to go on the zipper pull.

I used four more of the project board sayings for this fun bag. It has lots of pockets inside.



Finally, I used the typewriter keys and covered buttons to make this bracelet for my great sister.

Thanks Julie for this great opportunity. I really enjoyed working with your fabric.

11 comments:

  1. wow! you made some great projects and that fabric sure looks like fun!

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  2. Those are great, Em! I love the checkbook cover - it makes me want to make one for myself!

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  3. You have been busy! These are adorable. Bags are a way for us to show off our talent to others since we can't drag around our quilts everywhere! Love this new line from Julie's Moda collection!

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  4. These are great, and I love the fabric! Must be so much fun to have a fabric designer in the family -- and fun for her to have you create such great stuff. The bracelet is so cute!

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  5. Wow those projects are GREAT - what fun fabric - so glad you're having a good time!!!!!

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  6. It sounds like you both have a great sister!!!! What fun it must have been to work with her fabrics.

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  7. What great little projects Em, sisters are the best....

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  8. Your sister's fabric is darling and your samples were fabulous. You sister is luck to have access to your talents.

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