I’m excited to introduce my latest pattern, the Practical Project Bag. One thing I’ve learned about quilters, seamstresses and crafters is that we are usually working on several projects intermittently. I personally have multiple projects in progress in my sewing studio at any given time. Since each project has its own unique components, it was becoming a challenge to keep myself organized. They say necessity is the mother of invention and I do believe that is what happened in the creation of my new pattern. I had to come up with some way of keeping my “works in progress” better organized.
Another great way to use these project bags is to store toys with multiple pieces. It is ideal for this because the children can quickly see what is in the bag and don’t have to open it, unless they want to play with it.
With the holidays around the corner, these project bags would make great gifts. You can purchase the pattern at Quilt Crossing in Boise, Idaho, or online at Craftsy and Etsy.
Of course, you can always contact me with any questions and contact information is included with the pattern. I hope you’ll give them a try. They are not only a lot of fun to make, they are so practical and handy to use!