Friday, August 15, 2014

Finish It Friday: The Sew Together Bag


Last month at my quilting retreat at Gruber's, three of us made the Sew Together Bag by Sew Demented. I had not come prepared to make this, but since I knew it was kind of tricky, I thought making it together with friends would be much easier.

So I walked across the parking lot from the retreat center to the quilt store and bought a fat quarter of each colorway of my favorite Kaffe Fassett fabric, Guinea Flower, along with multiple zippers.
 

I took lots of pictures during the process because already I have fabric combinations galore floating around in my head. The extra pictures will make it easier when I'm making another one solo.
 
 
 
 
 
Here are all three bags getting acquainted. I  know they wish they lived closer together, just like the friends who made them.
Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts and TGIFF.

23 comments:

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Vera said... #

I seen these on web and all of them look great. Yours are no exception! Great fabric choices!

Cathy said... #

beautiful! I have heard this is a tricky bag to make!

Steffi´s Candy Quilts said... #

Your bag looks great in Kaffe fabrics, and the ones from your friends are beautiful, too. Just this week I made one, too, and blogged about it today. :-)

Carla said... #

I would definitely need someone to hold my hand....

Archie the wonder dog said... #

It's lovely!

ipatchandquilt said... #

Oh my beating heart... Those fabrics are gorgeous!!!
Esther

charlotte said... #

Love it! I would love to make one of these. Just need to find my patience first.

Susan said... #

I wonder how many of these have been made? And each one as pretty as the next!

PugMom said... #

How was it to make? I like it, but it looks like it could be a bear. Love your fabric choices!

Vicki said... #

I love STB. I can't wait to make another one. Your fabrics are so perfect.

Janine @ Rainbow Hare said... #

Gorgeous! I love all those fun bright fabrics :)

Terri said... #

Your Sew Together Bag turned out so beautiful! It was fun to make these together, wasn't it! I read through the pattern before our retreat, and I'm so glad I decided to wait until I had access to others to get help. I looooove how mine turned out too!

Renee said... #

Those bags are all cute! So bright and cheerful.

Linda said... #

Love the fabrics and the zippers!

Katy Cameron said... #

Great trio!

Tina G @ ModGeometry said... #

Wow, your bags really turned out nicely! I am currently taking a class for mine. I am so glad I took a class. Not sure how I would have done otherwise!

Paulette said... #

Those are fabulous!

Anne / Springleaf Studios said... #

I LOVE your bag. How could I not since it's full of Kaffe. Now I want to make one too.

Laura said... #

that looks like fun!!! :) might have to check out that pattern!

Afton Warrick said... #

The bags look lovely. I would very much love to have one of these, but I'm a bit intimidated. Perhaps, I should just put on my big girl pants.

OPQuilt said... #

So terrific! (sew? terrific) Okay, it's on my list. Okay, I'm going to pull fabrics right now. Okay I first have to read another of your posts (I couldn't get to your blog the last couple of days and now I'm having lotsa fun!).

Loved Afton's comment (above). I feel the same way.
Elizabeth

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