The twins weren't the only kids who were sewing at Peapod's sewing nook. This is six-year old Louise. She loved every minute of sewing this shoulder bag. And I heard from her aunt Marilyn who introduced her to sewing that she wears it everywhere she goes.
And here is a grown-up sized tote that Marylou made. She loves the subtle look of this Japanese linen and the bright floral liner as pizazz. She brings it everywhere she goes for grocery shopping.
And here are Mariko's adorable little coin purses. Have you ever tried to make them? If you have, you know how tricky it is to make them. I know that for sure because I tried it once and swore that I would never make it again.
After the three purses, now it's quilting time, baby! This is Andrea's positive quilt for her daughter. It's about a twin size. She said that I inspired her to make this. It's very nice to hear that :-)
Modern, but a little bit of whimsy...look, she had that famous fish fabric!
And this one is made by Kathleen! Does the pattern look familiar to some of you quilters? It's from this book. I know I should've taken a little closer photo. I don't even know how many different prints there are, but they all work together. It really feels and looks like a "Sunday Morning Quilt" if you know what I mean. This is her first quilt, and it is for herself. It's a treat! Yeah, treat yourself, people! She inspired me to make my "Sunday Morning Quilt."
And look who's holding the quilt! Kathleen's two wonderful daughters who are following in their mother's foot steps. Sorry, I don't know their names, but they both sew, yay!
Thank you, everyone!!!