This week I let Waif loose on the sewing machine for the first time (under careful supervision, of course!). He has really enjoyed himself. First off, he made a couple of reversible napkins. The first was made with some penguin fabric:
And the second with some very crazy frog fabric:
As you can see, he was pretty pleased with himself:
Next up, was making a Morsbag. If you haven’t come across Morsbags before, do check out their website. Even better, have a go at making one yourself! I already had some handles made, so putting the bag together was relatively straightforward, and Waif did a sterling job. As well as taking a Morsbag shopping, you can also hang it in an apple tree, don’t you know?!
Waif’s not the only one who’s been sewing. I have made a start on my tree quilt, by putting together a yellow patchwork background to applique onto:
I also made this yellow liberated star:
I know yellow and grey is a super trendy colour combination in the quilting world at the moment, but I feel a bit underwhelmed by it. It’s just not really “my thing”. So I’m not sure what I will do with it yet. I certainly don’t want a whole quilt of yellow and grey, but maybe a quilt of colourful stars on solid backgrounds?