My machine is under the weather. ::insert sad and depressed face::
(Ignore the out of date calender)
He has lots of work to do too and I had wanted to get this top finished by Monday. That isn't going to happen now.
I have to find someone to fix him now. He makes a loud noise while sewing that almost sounds like grinding. Also, he kinda freaked out a little yesterday mid-sew on top speed. I think he may have said a few choice words at me when I tried to keep going so he's quietly resting now until I can find somewhere to take him. Until then, there will be no more sewing. ::insert saddest face you ever saw::
I had purchased a couple feed sacks at an estate sale last summer and wasn't sure what to do with them at the time I bought them, so I just got a few.
The other day I was thinking about I didn't like the curtains in my laundry room. They are just some that were left here when we bought the house. Lacey curtains really aren't me. I got to thinking that I could make some new ones out of the feedsacks I had bought. So, I went to work!
Here is the before photo:
And, here is the after:
I think they are just too cute! I really like how it changes the look. I wish I bought more of them now so I could have enough to make some more curtains for the dining room. They would be adorable in a kitchen but I don't have any windows in there!
I also needed a new grocery bag holder or a sack sack as I like to call them. I used this tutorial. I didn't use the charm pack (I cut my own squares) and I left out the elastic from the top so it would be easier to load the sacks inside. I also used a cute piece of trim for the loop instead of the elastic.
The quilting made it really sturdy so this one is sure to last a lot longer than my previous one I made.I really like the look of it too.
My new year sewing to do list is growing by the day and I can't possibly keep up. I find myself getting distracted by other tasks that need to be done like cleaning and the ever important task of surfing the internet for new tutorials and watching Little Hose on the Prairie!