I always think I can get more done. This is what I accomplished this weekend. I started cutting fabric for boxy pouches and project bags on Friday night. Saturday I cut more and also cut out fabric for a baby quilt
On Saturday I took a road trip to a store that is called Fabric and Freight. A lady at work told me about it.
I looked around and didn't find anything I needed, but did buy two yards of a skull camo print and two yards of 60" wide flannel. The skull print was $3.99 a yard and the flannel was $5.99. It was good fabric too. They had a lot of lower quality fabric so you had to really look.
I walked across the street to a meat market that I had also heard about, bought a pork loin roast and headed home. My neighbor stopped over to pick up two pairs of pants I had fixed and we visited for about an hour. Then it was back to cutting fabric. Sunday I finally got the interfacing cut for the boxy pouches and project bags. All I have left to cut is the vinyl for the project bags. I ended up with 11 boxy pouches and six project bags. The weekend was speeding away!
I did laundry while I was cutting interfacing, then it dawned on me I have to make the weekly 10 tote bags! I was watching football, sewing the tote bags, and did dishes during halftime and part of the third quarter of the Eagles 49ers game. I got the tote bags done and by 6:30 p.m. I was tired.
I did get the next 10 tote bags lined up for next Sunday and dug out the zippers for the bags so I am all set to get some bags sewn together this week. I didn't touch the t-shirt quilt except to push it out of the way! LOL!! I just took me a lot longer than I thought to find the right fabric for lining the boxy pouches (each fabric is different), press the fabric, and cut out the lining and outside fabrics.