Twenty-eight weeks to go . . . There’s nothing new under the sun, just your interpretation.
Thirty-two weeks to go . . . another busy week; maybe I’ll make a quick garment. LOL!
OK, I took the easy way out and made a quick Walker Bag for my Mom’s walker. I found a quick how to on YouTube. This is a 2014 video by cher062. I also posted my finished walker bag.
Thirty-five weeks to go . . . Today was a great day to be creative. So, I decided to make a Mini Sew Together Bag; pattern by Michelle of SewDemented, and the conversion worksheet for the mini was created by Elizabeth E. of OPQuilt.com. The original Sew Together Bag pattern is needed for the conversion. I also used the Sew Along tutorial that I found on The Quilt Barn‘s blog.
Wow! I can’t believe it! I finished it! This is a first for me, since I began my New Beginnings Challenge. I’m usually rushing to create something on Sunday; just to meet my deadline. WooHoo!
Thirty-six weeks to go . . . I haven’t got a clue! Not sure what I’ll create this week.
Another busy week, spending time with family and friends. We celebrated my mom’s 80th birthday on Saturday, April 29th. So, I didn’t have time to think about making anything, until today. Since my guild NJMQG ( North Jersey Modern Quilt Guild) will be making the Open Wide Zippered Pouch: DIY Tutorial by Anna Graham. I decided to have a dry-run and make a sample first. You can find the tutorial at Noodlehead.
Thirty-seven weeks to go . . . Where will my creativity and the Internet take me this week?!
I didn’t make it in time! I’m sixteen minutes late, but I did finish my project for week 16. I made another One Hour Basket; mine took much longer because I made a scrappy quilt as you go exterior (front and back). You will love this quick and easy project. 1 Hour Basket Tutorial
Thirty-eight weeks to go . . . I’m thinking about making a wall organizer for some of my sewing tools.
I have so much stuff; buttons, zippers, grommets, velcro, you name it. At least, I thought I had it. I completed the sewing part of the craft room hanging organizer, and the last step was to add grommets for hanging. Oh well!, guess what happened? I couldn’t find the grommets for my organizer. I know I have some, but where is the question. That’s what happens when your sewing room is unorganized. So, I’m posting my finished craft room hanging organizer without the grommets. I will re-post when I add them. I really enjoyed making this hanging organizer. It was quick and easy; just remember to have all your materials before you start. If you’re interested in making this organizer click on the link. Craft Room Hanging Organizer Tutorial by Jess Dewit. You can make it as large or small as you want! Enjoy!
I added my grommets!
Forty more weeks to go . . . Maybe I’ll get to those pillowcases this week.
Completed my pillowcase; thinking about making two more. I checked out several tutorials, and the measurements were slightly different. For instance Crafty Gemini’s measurements were; 24″, 12″, and 2″, and Jenny Doan’s (Missouri Star Quilt Co.) measurements were: 27″, 9″, and 2″. However, I noticed that the top and bottom add up to 36″ before sewing. I’ve attached the PDF pillowcasepattern tutorial by Lindsay Conner that I used, and of course pictures of my pillowcase. Click on the pillowcasepattern link above.
Forty-two weeks to go . . . hmmmm . . . create, create, create
It was another rough week, but I’m determined to complete my 52 week challenge. So, I made a catch all fabric basket. I used the Crafty Gemini’s video tutorial. I sewed the corners up of my basket. It gives it a different look.
Forty-four weeks to go . . . What’s next?
My plate is always overflowing, but I’m determined to make something every week; for 52 weeks. So, I made a non-slip sewing machine foot pedal pad, tutorial by So Sew Easy.
Forty-five more weeks to go . . . Working on something for the kitchen.
Of course, today is Sunday, Feb. 26th and I’m just making my weekly project. I created a quick and easy hot pad. As usual, I added a few of my own touches. I’ve posted pictures and the video I used below. Hope you give it a try.