These tags are for luggage, gym bags, music bags or sports bags!
I've had the embroidery applique designs for several months and kept delay making them as I had not done anything like that before. (It uses the heavy stabilizer inside, so it's pretty thick.)
However, once I got started the instructions were very easy to follow. The designs are from "Tag-A-Long" Embroidery Collection by Hope Yoder.
You can't tell, but these tags are 5-6" long, a nice size. I am going to get some ribbons to tie on the flip flops for the girls and maybe a chain for Jake's.
There is a danger of having name tags on kid's bags (everyone is aware of those dangers I think), but in my grandkids' situations they are never anywhere that their parents aren't nearby.
They turned out so well, that I think I'll be making me a new ID tag for my quilt guild! Now to go get something (candy??) to go with these tags!
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Thursday, February 2, 2012
My IPAD has a nice cover I received as a gift, but I felt like I needed to completely cover it, in case I dropped it and also just so it wouldn't be so "exposed" when not being used.
So I did a little research on what was out there and decided I could make one much cheaper than buying one. (ya think??!!) In my stash I had some quilted fabric that I had leftover from another project and thought why not. The work was half done for me.
This one was done in 30 minutes or less! That includes figuring out what I was going to do.
I cut the fabric into a rectangle 9 1/2" x 25" long. Turned down the short sides 1/4" and then turned down again about an inch or so and hemmed again. (Use your ipad to measure exactly by folding fabric in half and adjusting the depth of case.)
Put right sides together and sew outer edges. Turn inside out. Sew a button on the front and add an elastic hoop sewn on the inside of the back of the case that pulls over to the button keeping the ipad from falling out! DONE!