And the lemon flower is sweet

August 23, 2007 at 10:04 pm 1 comment

Oh happy day! I finished the Alexander Henry lemon totebag I started over a week ago. My plans have come to fruition. Pun intended.

The sun had set by the time I finished, so I’m not able to photograph the final product until tomorrow. Here’s a peek at a “during” shot.

I added the green and blue ribbon after realizing that I needed something to break up all the yellow. The Alexander Henry lemon fabric is fun and summery, but it’s also very bright, and the thin ribbon helps to keep it from overwhelming the entire bag.

Pictures of the finished totebag coming soon!


Entry filed under: Fabric, Handmade goodies, Sewing.

Cozy quilts and bedspreads Gaining momentum

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Jess  |  August 23, 2007 at 11:31 pm

    I Love this blog!! you visited my blog via the swap-bot swap! Would it be ok to feature your blog?


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