My sister Beverly finally got a laptop and asked me to make her a laptop case like mine. She picked and paid for the fabric--I got to sew it together.
http://www.byannie.com/ I bought it several years ago at Road to California quilt show at the Superior Thread booth. I think she has a new laptop case pattern. She's great because I emailed her with some suggestions on how to prevent skipped stitches sewing thru all those layers and she wrote back right of way with needle size and thread types that I should try. So Beverly, I'll get this in the mail to you as soon as possible. I may keep it for next month's guild show and tell so it might be a few weeks. :) It was my pleasure to make this for my sister. She and her son visited my folks a few weeks ago and she cooked and cooked and cooked and froze food for them. It was the least I could do. And Brenda (my other sister) I know I owe you the iphone case. I hope to get that done in the next month or so too. Don't ask for this laptop case though because I don't ever want to make another one. It was hard on my machines.
So that's what I've been working on besides my Vintage Moment's half-square triangles. We need a total of 260 of them. I have about 50 cut out. I will start working on those next - trying to get one batch cut each night. (a batch consists of about 48-50 using the strip method.)
I've also had the urge to scrapbook the other day and created this page of my niece and her cast.
Thanks for looking.