Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Quick Fat Quarter Bag Tutorial

Today I'm sharing a new tutorial over at Make and Takes.  This tutorial is for a quick little bag made from one fat quarter and some ribbon.  Perfect little summer project.

Make and Takes

Make and Takes is an awesome blog full of activities to do with your kids, craft projects, and quick recipes.  Marie is amazing and is continually coming up with great ideas. It is one of the first blogs I ever started following consistantly and I'm SO excited to be hanging out there today!


  1. I LOVE LOVE LOVE all of your ideas!!! Thank you for:)

  2. Cute - and thanks for adding one more blog to my lit that must be followed :)

    I love masterpiece theater, homegrown tomatoes, and flip flops too!

  3. Wow! I can't believe that it is only one fat quarter.

    Thanks for the tutoriatl!

  4. What a lovely tutorial. So fast to make with such a great result!

  5. This is a cute project and one that could be completed quickly when you need a little gift. Thanks for sharing it and the link!

  6. Oh, I just realized YOU wrote the tutorial, too! Great one. Thanks. I left a comment on the other blog asking if it was okay to post a link from my blog, along with your photo (so people can see what the project is). I would, of course, give you all the credit for the photo and the tutorial! Thanks!

  7. Very cute! Thank you. I will definitely use this.


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