Nest Egg tote meets Alturas.

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I made this for a friend…

 

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…using my new nest egg tote pattern and a block from my alturas quilt.

The fabrics are a mix of things that I pulled on the fly. There’s some doe, botanics, and architextures, as well as Robert Kaufman Essex and Chambray, Kona Pickle, and a mysterious blue sewing print from my stash. The decorative elastic that I used was a perfect (and lucky) match. I stocked up on a few colors when I found them at The Common Thread in Austin this past summer, and I’m glad that I did. This color came in super handy. When I used it here, I folded it in half and topstitched it together for a more streamlined look.

 

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In keeping with all things round, I thought it’d be a fun touch to throw a doe roll-up in there along with some other sewing-related goodies.

 

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#nesteggtote

#alturasquilt

#savoreachstitch

 

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4 Responses to Nest Egg tote meets Alturas.

  1. Leah Koch December 11, 2014 at 3:34 pm #

    gosh what a lucky friend! I love the details on the inside.
    xo
    Leah
    wintergreenandthebee.com

  2. Mandy December 11, 2014 at 7:49 pm #

    So lovely as always Carolyn. Your work is so unique.

  3. Cheryl Arkison December 13, 2014 at 10:14 am #

    Such a lucky friend, indeed!!! Big hugs.

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