Created by: Cobwebs
Project

Mariner's Delight Bag

What are you most proud of? The points!

You Can Make This

Cobwebs made Mariner's Delight Bag with:

Mastering Foundation Paper Piecing

Online Class

Mastering Foundation Paper Piecing

with Carol Doak

  • Just scraps and batting. Then quilted it with a walking foot. The bag is lined - with lots of pockets. Both sides are different because of the small scrap sizes.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? The points!

Q&A with Cobwebs

Carol Doak asked:
That is darling!
Cobwebs answered:
Thank you. Such a good class.
poppyandpoochie asked:
Wow
Cobwebs answered:
Thank you.
hoodoo2 asked:
I love your tote bag the Star is Super!
Cobwebs answered:
Thank you.
Essem Sween asked:
The zing of that extra star really makes this stand out Cobweb, that and the neon yelllow (tee hee) is that extra star part of the pattern or did you put it in yourself? and if so how did you do it?
Cobwebs answered:
Thank you. It's all part of Carol Doak's pattern, as demonstrated in her class. The yellow is some leftover strips from a log cabin quilt I made years ago. It's all just scraps. Some of the pieces are pieced!
Essem Sween asked:
Well if you had to piece some of the pieces, you did it well because they don't show, and you've got a brilliant end result.
Cobwebs answered:
Thank you.