Last month I wrote this post about a baby quilt I was making. I finished it last week and gave to my colleague who was absolutely thrilled with it.
Here is the result of my endeavours.
This crazy quilt was made entirely from scraps and thrifted fabric and bits and pieces of it were made over a number of years.
In complete contrast, my next sewing project was made in less than an hour this morning. GMan recently bought a new Kindle e-reader but had not decided about a case/cover so I suggested that I could make one.
I did not take any photos during the construction process as I did not have a pattern and just made it up as I went along. I was pleased with the result.
It is made from a couple of scraps of poly cotton fabric – patterned on the outside with a plain red lining. I cut up an old handtowel which had been in the pile of old towels and used this for some padding to provide some protection for the Kindle. The bias binding and velcro tab were also scraps that were lurking in my stash of sewing bits and pieces.
And this is how it looks with the flap sealed with the velcro.
The rest of my day was spent far away from the sewing machine but more on that tomorrow.