Cooper used Ava Rose by Deanna Rutter for Riley Blake Designs
Nicole used Shimmer by Jennifer Sampou for Robert Kaufman
Bailee used You and Me for Adorn It
Jessica (that's my daughter :) used Eden by Tula Pink for Free Spirit Fabrics
Atlanta used Cotton + Steel Basics for Cotton + Steel
Emily used Mormor by Lotta Jansdotter for Windham Fabrics
Katelyn used Spot on for Robert Kaufman
Ellyce used Ashton Road by Valori Wells for Robert Kaufman
Hannah E. used Desert Bloom by Amanda Herring for Riley Blake Designs
Hannah B. used Offshore by Deanna Rutter for Riley Blake Designs
Natalie used Sundrops by Corey Yoder for Moda
Lindsey also used Desert Bloom by Amanda Herring for Riley Blake Designs
Chole used a line that I just can't remember. I think it might be a Sandy Gervais?? Anyone??
Serenity used Varsity by Sweetwater for Moda
Zoe F. used Simply Colorful II by Vanessa Christenson for Moda
Breanna also used Ava Rose by Deanna Rutter for Riley Blake Designs
and Zoe A. used Curiosities by Amanda Herring for Riley Blake Designs
And aren't they all just great!!! I am so very proud of each one of them, and am so glad they they just love their finished totes!!!! I see them using them and it just makes me smile :) Way to go girls!!!
And just FYI, if you want to make your own Charming Tote, I have a free Step by Step tutorial right over here ;) You just need a Charm Pack and 2/3 yard of fabric to start!! They are so much fun to make and are wonderful Christmas presents. But I am warning you, you can't stop at making just 1 :)
Thanks for popping in today and sharing these amazing finishes from these amazing Young Women!!! I can't even begin to express how much I loved working on these totes with them ;) What a wonderful experience that I will treasure!!!
I hope you all have a very Happy Quilting Weekend!!!
Those totes turned out great! They all look so happy and proud of their new bags! Hopefully this is the start of many projects for these girls!!! Kudos to you for taking time out of your busy schedule to teach them to sew!!!ReplyDelete
Way to go, Young Women! Anyone would be proud to have one of your terrific bags.ReplyDelete
Lovely finishes for the lovely girls!!ReplyDelete
These are fabulous, the girls will have learned some very useful skills this year in YW as well as having a great bag at the end of it all. xReplyDelete
How wonderful! that is so nice of you to share your time and talent with the young ladies. :) Beautiful totes!ReplyDelete
They did a great job!ReplyDelete
Oh you are lucky indeed to get to work with those talented and sweet young ladies! Either you’re a very great teacher or they’re exceptionally talented, as every single tote turned out perfectly! There’s not one I wouldn’t be proud to own! What amazing work!ReplyDelete
These totes are all so pretty! I love the smiles on these girls and they must be so proud of their accomplishment!!! Well done!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for mentoring the girls and for keeping this art alive:)ReplyDelete
You can tell by their smiles how proud they are of their creations. What a wonderful experience for them! Love how you are passing it on...ReplyDelete
They really did wonderful work! And how fun to see a bit of each of them reflected in their choices for their bags! Very sweet of you to encourage them in tackling a new skill.ReplyDelete
Great job Gorls, and a shout out to you to Melissa for teaching and mentor g young girls and showing them the joys of sewing.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely variety of work..just wonderful Blog.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely variety of work..just wonderful Blog.
Awesome job young ladies! And kudos to you hon for teaching them something that is so useful in life.ReplyDelete
What an awesome idea! They turned out great.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful project!! The girls did a great job on their totes. Better still, they look like they each had a TON of fun!ReplyDelete
What fun! I see a lot of future quilters there. Just imagine what they might do!ReplyDelete