Monday, June 16, 2008

How not to bind a quilt.....


Do anything but try! For instance, make a bunch of bags! I guarantee your quilt will never get bound....Or, play with your cat. If you don't have a cat, borrow one......

If you can't borrow one, make one.

8 comments:

Margaret said...

I love those bags!!!! They are so beautiful. What pattern are they from? Someday I will be crafty again and make things. And, if any one needs a cat to avoid binding I have three I am willing to loan out!

corinnea said...

Go to allpeoplequilt.com and search lunch bags. They are EASY... The large bag is one I made just using some leftovers....

You ARE being crafty! Hello! Raising a human, how much more crafty can you get?

Kelly's Korner said...

How not to sleep: discover a new craft...

sherie said...

Okay, so was going to spend time relaxing on the beach and hunting for shells and pretty rocks, but now will have to craft, must sew, maybe I can run a extension cord to the beach??? You have to stop doing cute things so I dont have to keep up.

corinnea said...

Of course you could run an extension cord to the beach! First though, go ahead and gather the shells and pretty rocks! You know you can craft with those too!

sasha said...

oooh! I love those bags! I thought lunch bag when I first saw them.... oh how much interest it would bring to lunch to have it packed in something SO cute! :) I'm gonna check out that pattern, because I'm determined to get on the sewing bandwagon when I get home, to OREGON that is! :) awesome work, lady!

corinnea said...

Thanks Sasha! They would make lunch more interesting.... They make good travel bags too.

Jenny P. said...

LOVE them! Love the quilted bag too! Good job:)