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Project Bags, You Can Never Have to Many



I decided I needed a new project bag and I wanted one big enough to hold my design boards too. I sandwich my appliqué projects between 2 so they don't slide all over in my bag.

So I started with quilting my bag fabric. I am working on Granny's Garden Sew Along so using the Granny Chic Fabric from Riley Bake by Lori Holt is the perfect choice.




I also want to have a divider in it so projects could be separated. Example: appliqué in the back and Cross stitch in the front. I haven't seen any project bags with dividers fo I was winging it. I knew I wanted a Clear vinyl on the front so embroidering the divider would be cute. So I went to my favorite site Designs by Juju and got the one above. They alway embroider out perfectly.




See it worked out! I have a back and front section!!



The pattern and my design boards fit in the back. and I have several squares sandwiched in-between the design boards. I made it big enough to hold my 12 x 12 design boards.



I think it turned out so well I may have to make more!



After stitching this I had cookies on the brain so Addie and I made cookies. They are a little over done but the tasted good anyway!



These are the easiest cookies when you are cooking with a 3 year old. Lol


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