**Quick announcement! Another free motion quilting class is upon us! It's Saturday, January 14th at 9am at Fiddlesticks Quilt Shop in Vancouver, WA. Bring your sewing machine and a darning foot and jump in!**
This is the gift I made Michelle for the PMQG holiday swap. I think this is such a fun swap. The recipient chooses fabric scraps from their own stash, then the gift creator adds a single fabric and makes them a gift. People make stunning, lovely things. Like entire quilts. This is a bit more humble.
Michelle comes to our PMQG sewing days so I thought she might like a little kit for taking her quilting supplies with her. I love the combination of lime green and cherry red together so I was thrilled that Michelle had both those colors in her scrap baggie. I chose a muted shot cotton to let the happy fabrics pop.
This kit has room for shears, rotary cutter, snips, seam ripper and thread, as well as a little velcro pocket and a hinged binder ring for bringing bobbins (I was pretty proud of that idea). The red stuff is elastic for holding a cutting ruler.
The caddy is nice and stiff with some thin foam core on the inside. The outside is simple with quilting that I hope she likes. And a red button because I'm convinced that red goes with everything. A better look at that quilting design will be in my next post.
Thanks for always getting me sewing PMQG! Looking forward to another beautiful year with all of you...