Do you ever have one of those busy-at-the-day-job types of weeks where sewing anything feels like pure bliss? That’s what happened to me this week. I have a bunch of projects in a static state and did not feel the desire to work on any of them. So, I started and finished quite a few small things.
This post is full of random sewing goodness.
First, I worked on the Sugar Block Club block for April.
Secondly, I put together this sweet zipper pouch as a gift for my niece.
Third, for her mom I made this Tweety Bird paper pieced block that I think will become one side of a pillow sham. I found the pattern while randomly reading other blogs. Find it here.
Fourth, I was looking for projects for fat quarters and found this tote bag tutorial on Diary of a Quilter. I made a sample bag out of fabric that I like but have found no current use for.
Then, of course, there was some stash that I ordered during my vacation trip that arrived recently.
Just look at those sweet texty prints and the Eiffel Tower and a ledger. Love!
I’m hoping to get back to my projects this week and have a little less randomness in my sewing now that work has calmed down for the moment. 🙂