So pretty, Erin! It's going on my bucket list for sure.
Very nice! ps - it's a bag without handles.. :)
Love it to bits! I want one too!ipatchandquilt.wordpress.com
Thanks so much Esther!!! It wasn't too difficult to make - I'd love to see it if you make one too!
Congratulations! I was so excited to see you up on Sew, Mama, Sew - and the project is so awesome! I've been meaning to make a cover for my machine that is a little more fashionable than the one it came with. Now I am feeling inspired!
Thanks Jennifer! Go for it - your machine deserves somethin' funky! lol.(I tried to email you, but you're a no reply blogger :'( )
I had no idea! I will try to fix that. Sorry! :( Unrelated, thank you again for handing out the hexagon packs at the guild meeting in January. I'm hooked! I have made some placemats using big hexagons and am doing a swap with smaller hexagons. It's so fun!
No problem Jennifer! If you need help, let me know, I have a post on my blog on how to fix it - I see you're on Google+, that's probably why. I'm so glad you're having fun with the hexies! Not sure if you know, but my friend Stacey at The Tilted Quilt is trying to fill a third bee hive for a hexagon bee...if you're interested!
I ♥ to hear from you! Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment or for asking me a question.I like to email everyone back when they've commented - so if you're a no-reply blogger, make sure to leave your email address in your comment so I can share the love back atcha!