Ready for Glamping!

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At least in the luggage category.

After I made my new Weekender, I decided I needed a matching toiletry bag. I just made up my own pattern to resemble the Sophia bag. And voila!

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Then I recently purchased the cutest glamping fabric from Moda a couple of weekends ago and was trying to decided what to make out of it.   I made up a backpack pattern and went to town:

PicMonkey Collage

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And today I am going to attempt a bike basket liner for my beach cruiser.

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Too much time on my hands?? LOL maybe.

It’s spring break this week, so today my baby girl wanted to hang out with me in the sewing room. So I got out my old starter machine for her and she  is sewing her first quilt.

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I let her go through my scraps and she picked some interesting color combo’s.

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We’ll see if she sticks with it. I already made her seam rip a couple of blocks that were no where near 1/4 inch LOL! Poor girl.

Enjoy your weekend!


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8 comments on “Ready for Glamping!

  1. Patty says:

    I love seeing young people wanting to learn to sew! I like the scrappy colors she chose – very happy looking, I hope she doesn’t get discouraged by the ripping out – but the better end results are worth it!

    I have no daughters (only a 20 year old son, more interested in sports than my hobbies, lol), but a few nieces that are beginning to get into sewing and crafting – we have such fun when we get together for ‘crafternoons’ – a modern version of the old quilting/sewing bees 🙂

  2. Michelle says:

    Such a cute use of a great print.

  3. Brenda says:

    Sew sweet! I think she looks about my oldest granddaughter’s age. I should start her on my old machine. I recently started her on embroidery. Better be careful, you might find a stow away in your wonderful camper. Someone like me!

  4. Ani in NC says:

    LOVE all your accessories, the fabric is fab!! I hope your daughter sticks with it, sewing is so fun as well as a useful skill. perhaps put a piece of blue/purple painters tape on the machine bed at the spot where the quarter inch should be from the needle, might help her with keeping it somewhat at a 1/4 inch. I gave my daughter, who is now 18 1/2, a sewing machine for her 9th birthday – she looked at me like I’d given her a tarantula! She went to a sewing camp for kids and then lost interest. There is hope though as she made presents for her friends at Christmas time a couple of years ago, some totes and such, and she can mend split seams etc.

  5. Maggie Herbert says:

    Great job on the glam ping gear good on your daughter for wanting to do sme quilting can’t go wrong with the Mum she has Hgs Maggie.

  6. Sue says:

    Well you crafty girl, you! Those bags are stellar! Ad how neat that your girl wants to sew with you. That’s the way to train them! 😊

  7. Mary says:

    Your bags are just fabulous! Isn’t it fun to have little ones sewing with you? I hope she doesn’t get discouraged with the ripping.

  8. Ani in NC says:

    Melissa all your glampy things are so cute! I want that trailer! My hubs said no way but I’ll work on him till he gives in, heehee. Oh! I was looking for a specific type of pincushion pattern online and found a tiny glampie trailer tute and pattern for the cutest little thing, here it is:

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