It sounds like a competition, doesn't it? If only, because now I would get some kind of prize!! Instead, I got this on my thumb:
The little round whole in my thumb came from pinning and unpinning around a thousand pins. I guess I must use the same part of my thumb to do that each time!
But enough about my sacrifice; here are the seven bags:
Or do I get to say that I made fourteen bags since they are all reversible?
Thus ends my largest order to date - a total of nine bags for Devon's Aunt's Christmas list. She bought the fabric and mailed it to me (and she included extra yardage so my stash has grown!) and I got to mail a big box of handmade handbags back to her. It was great to have so many to do because I found a new way of sewing the MaiseyBelle that saves about three hours of time per bag and I discovered some new ways to make fabric flowers, like this one:
Whew! Not a bad week's work for a naptime/night-time worker! I have one last order to finish up and then I'll be making five pairs of kids' pajamas, four little zipper bags, three fabric flowers, two clutches, one party dress . . . . and a partridge in a pear tree.