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Friday, February 5, 2010

I gave in ...

... to temptation and finished my armchair caddy instead of waiting until March for the next lesson. I'm not unhappy with how it turned out, though I know there are things that could have been better. Here's the outside view, with the little handle for carrying. 

And here's the inside, with the two embellished parts forming the nice big pockets and a pin cushion in the center.  I think this is going to be very useful! :)

10 comments:

  1. So that is what it was meant to be ! I kept wondering. Lovely, really lovely

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  2. Sandy! I did a search on help with my question being "How to create a 3 column layout" and up popped a comment of yours. Wow! Imagine my delight when I decided to check out your page to see if you were ever able to accomplish a 3 column layout. Not only have you but your stitchy stuff is gorgeous. I love all the different sttiches and the little quilted pocket from Geta. I need to do some more searching of your site to take in all the niceties. If you can help me (I am not the swiftest with computers) with instructions to change my site to 3 columns I would really appreciate it!!
    Robin
    red1974@hotmail.com
    http://stitchingwitch.blogspot.com/

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  3. That's really cool! It looks quite handy. I hardly ever sit in chair to sew, though, so I doubt I'd use one. I sit in bed so I can spread my stuff out beside me. :)

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  4. Thanks, Carol -- no, I doubt it would work well in a bed. ;)

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  5. It turned out lovely! If you ever decide you need to do more crazy quilting I have this little project that's nearly finished.... :-)

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  6. LOL! Thanks, Marcella, but I doubt that's going to happen. ;)

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  7. Bravo, c'est très joli Sandy.
    Marie-Francoise from France (liste yahoo)

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  8. Merci, Marie-Françoise -- tu es très gentille. :)

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  9. This is very pretty and I love the fabric that you chose.

    Marie

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