Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Scrappiness patchwork






{Thank you so much} for the sweet comments on the {soft and sweet girls}. I surely have enjoy the process of making them. The best part is seeing the mama and baby lambie came alive with lovely French knots. In the series of drawstring bag making there is a scrappy patchwork edition that  finished last week, but haven't get the chance to share with you. 

These drawstring bags are really made {handmade by hand} special!  Not just because it is hand-quilted, but I am also careful on planning each process and do take great care of each step of the craftsmanship as a maker! The size is perfect for the patchwork/sewing tool storage. With the scrappy patchwork style it is one of a kind, which I treasure the idea of assembling and composing a new life to the scarps!

I have awarded that{mad in scraps} is taking over my sewing table lately! It is a perfect play and enjoy process. Of course, playing with colors and shapes makes me happy and enjoyable! How can I give up tiny scraps?  Save every small scraps of fabric is so important.. there are always what if the tiny scraps fit in the patch somewhere....  They are the kind of process of patchwork I have enjoy the most~  I know.. I've gone really { mad in scraps} almost. every .time. everyday. oh dear...  More {mad in scraps} is coming.. .... This drawstring bag has listed in the {shop}.


1 comment:

  1. All of your drawstring bags are so nice!

    Thanks to your blog (your lovely work) I save each of small scraps. And I agree with you: sewing with the scraps is really enjoyable :)

    Have a great time! Jola


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