Totes, mobile covers

Sometimes I make a tote just to practice a certain motif - and sometimes because somebody asks me to make them one! Here are a few examples.






















6 comments:

  1. Visiting your blog from across the pond via Lori Kennedy's blog. Mah-ve-lous, dah-link! I love, Love, LOVE that you practice your fmq and then turn it into a useful piece rather that toss it aside in a heap. No more shall I have just pieces just piling up. They too shall be useful pieces of art. And the added bonus? I can tell my friends, "Here I made this for you." And they shall be none the wiser! ba-ha-ha-ha-ha!

    Robin Lancaster, NC, USA

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  2. I 'm so very glad to have found you (via Lori Kennedy), and I love your ingenious designs, which seem to be simple at the beginning, and then turn deliciously intricate, though fresh...
    I'm still learning, and this constitutes a great source of inspiration and encouragement to me.
    Will be visiting frequently. I'm also on this side of the Atlantic, though in a sunnier spot I guess- Madrid surroundings.

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  3. I am also glad to have found you through Lori Kennedy. I love your creativity and Loris. You both make FMQ look so simple when you break down the process. Thank you both.

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  4. Заглянула совершенно случайно,но понравилось, как вы украшаете стежкой изделия. Не всегда сообразишь, куда лучше пристроить свое умение стегать.

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  5. So lovely and useful too. Thank You so much for sharing.

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  6. So lovely and useful too. Thank You so much for sharing.

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