Dresden pillow I made last fall, and some of the AMH feathers and the RK Quilter's Linen I scavenged for my Scavenger bag, plus some of the Vintage Modern scraps from the BOM I'm working on (the colors were perfect!), some DS Quilts leftovers from various projects, plus a tiny bit of the Architextures I bought a couple of weeks ago... Oh, and the floral was from some decorated towels I made for my sister's family last Christmas. It was fun pulling the fabrics for this one.
The bag is loosely based on Elizabeth Hartman's Perfect Tote, but first I decided that I didn't want to do the piece-as-you-go method, and from there it was a downward slide to do-your-own-thing. Just one more example of that problem I have with following directions, I guess.
The inside has a zipper pocket and a patch pocket on one side - something I hadn't tried before. It was an idea I got from the original pattern. I also attached a loop - an idea I got from the AMH bag I made last week. It's a cool touch, I think, though I'm not sure what to use it for? Keys maybe?
And a double patch pocket on the other side, for cell phone, business cards, or whatever. My I-phone fits perfectly in one side.
All in all, a very fun day sewing yesterday. I think I'll do it again. There are certainly some advantages to being retired.
Hope you have a fun sewing day too.