Over the Canada Day long week-end, Himself and I paid a visit to our friends, the R family, while they were camping. The girlies of the family, Miss E and Miss O, were the recipients of these quilts (scroll way down!) a few years ago. I love making things for them... they're such creative (and appreciative) girls. Miss O came out of the family trailer at one point with the marker roll I made for her at least 5 years ago - stocked with cool new art pens. Miss E doesn't normally get excited about crafts, but she's an avid Rainbow Loom-er these days! Woo hoo! A reason to buy Noodlehead's Road Trip Case pattern. It's perfect for Miss E's Rainbow Loom addiction and comes with an alternative pocket set-up that will work nicely for Miss O's art supplies.
Miss O is a big fan of teal... so I wanted to make sure it made its way into her case. I bought this hipster glasses print a while back with no purpose and thought it would work nicely for a increasingly grown-up, soon to be 8th Grader. The Domino Dots have been hanging out in my stash for a while. Time for them to become something!
Oh Fransson!)'s patterns, the
diagrams were really helpful. It's well worth the $6.50 price tag. I love an instant download! I also love that she provides the materials list before you
buy... it gives you a good idea of what you're getting into. I couldn't resist making one for myself from the fabric I picked up at Patch Halifax. This one went together even quicker and just needs binding to finish it off. EPP to go, anyone?
I'm linking up today with Show Off Saturday @ Sew Can She. (Thanks for the heads up, Anja!)