This large shopping tote (17" wide x 14" tall) has been donated to Camp Eder for their Annual Fall Fest Auction on Oct. 17th. The inside is repurposed denim and the outside fabrics are John Deere prints and homespun plaids/checks. These totes are easy to make but messy with lots of little frayed pieces of thread everywhere!
This Christmas wallhanging is a gift for the family at church who lost their home to fire. It's 35" square.
Here's a closeup of the backing fabric.
These were both "stash buster" projects, I didn't purchase a thing....yippee!!!
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