My latest Slipped Stitch Studios bag. Since I don't have any big projects at the moment, I fit several projects bag inside.
Sewing: My Second project
This one was done earlier this week. The Teal didn't show up well in the picture. This was a Pay It Forward gift to a friend. The bag had two skeins of yarn that went with it. I picked the two colors because those are the colors the recipient said she loved.
My 3rd bag.
I cut out the pieces while sitting on the patio Saturday Morning. I was going to sew Sunday Morning, but had enough motivation Saturday Evening, that I did the whole thing in a couple hours, including help from Fiona the Cat. This was my first experience with interfacing, which helps the bag stand up. I'm already planning my next project, which I hope is a lunch bag.
Two more bags of soil, and the bed is nice and full of soil. 14 more bricks finish going around the planter. I might do another row on the other side, but not right now. the two plants you see in the bottom right corner is is an onion (green I think) that I had pulled out of the compost pile and planted into a clay pot. I found a second one yesterday. I was surprised with the first onion (I forget when I planted it, but it was sometime this winter) had a lot of roots already. The bottom of the pot had a layer of roots, that were the put into the bed.
Earlier this week, I stared putting seeds into the sprouter. I am soaking more seeds to go into the second one. Peas are already sprouting in the container. More pictures to come.