In spite of my wonky vision I managed to finish my project.
A good friend, who just happens to be a Quilter had told me she is looking for a bag to keep her quilting tools together when she comes to our quilting days at the Guild. She has had a rough year, losing her mother and her two fur babies. It’s her birthday next week so I had thought to try to make a fold down pouch for her tools. I had seen a great tutorial on line at Sew Can She’s blog.
It took me all day since I need to take breaks and give my yes a rest between trying to read the blog and see what I was doing. All I can say is having cataract surgery on one eye and having to wait 3 weeks to get the other eye done is very frustrating. The good thing is greatly improved vision will be incredible!
So here is my project that I did manage to finish:
It has plenty of room for rotary cutter, scissors, small ruler, Frixion pens and pencils;
The only thing I would do different is to appliqué the heart label before I add the outer top layer to the pouch.
What a great way to spend the day, playing with fabric and really enjoying the vibrant colours of the fabric.
Thanks for stopping by to read my post. I put a link to Caroline’s post above if you would like to check out her great tutorial. 😄 Carol