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Another Log Cabin Sling Bag


And the log cabin sling bag is done and on it's way to the new owner. I took a bit of time to complete this one and happy that I did. 

Quilting taught me to be patient. From cutting the small pieces of fabrics and putting them together and finally make them into a final product is a learning process. 

walking foot quilting

Just like what I learned from one Kdrama Show - Master in The House/Jipsabu

"It's coming from you, it's your style. It's the same with art. When you keep doing it, you start to see your own style. It's all you. You will find your color. When you have the rhythm, you have a wisdom" - Jeon In Kwon

I love making patchwork and quilt, especially small ones and quilted patchwork bag has been on my bucket list for a long time! After I went to the Tokyo International Quilt show last year, I sort of have an "aha" moment!

Don't be afraid to try something new. If anything goes wrong, you only have to unpick the stitches and do it again. 

The best way to learn is by doing. Stop Waiting and bring your ideas to life TODAY! - Tara Gentile

Quilted bag stats:
Fabric - Yuwa Fabric Japan
Half Circle Echo Quilting 
(thanks mbak Belly for the idea!)
Fleece Batting
Leather Strap
Finished Dimension: 9" W x 9.5" H x 1" D

Until then,

Happy Sewing

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