Monday, 22 February 2010

Scallop Square Fabric Bag & Fabric Frenzy Giveaway

As promised, I've got a couple fabric projects to share with you on this Monday morning, and many more to come later this week so be sure to stop by and take a look. Todays project is one you've likely seen if you are a papercrafter blog hopper. They are extremely popular right now.

Both bags were made using the Big Shot and our scallop square die (115950). This was the first one I made and was just playing around trying to figure out how to do it. I ran two layers of fabric and my batting through the Big Shot. You can see the batting on this one, which I like. Because the batting goes right to the edge, it also makes it quite sturdy.
This next one is slightly larger and was done by cutting the batting down to 3-1/4" square. This is more like a traditional rag quilt look. I love both of them and they are so fun to make. Angie Juda has a fabulous 3-part video on how to make these purses here so I'm not going to go into details on how it is made - she does a great job!
Fabric Frenzy Giveaway!
To celebrate my new fabric frenzy - I am giving this second bag away to one lucky person! All you have to do to enter is place an order with me between now (Feb. 22nd) and March 31, 2010. Every order qualifies for one entry, but for every $50 order (before shipping & gst), you qualify for an additional entry. Orders can be placed online, in person, at stamp club, or at an upcoming workshop or class.
Thanks for stopping by!

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