Here is the wallet I made to go with the purse made for my Mom (in previous post)
This quilt is from the class I took last year from Kimberly Einmo at Road to California. I had to make my own design because I ran out of fabric strips (one of my good friends Barbara Sindlinger gave me the idea). This class was designed for using "jelly rolls" to make a quilt. This was a very fun class, and I would recommend anyone to take this class. I hope to get this quilted for one of my nieces as a gift for Christmas! Ha!
Here is my sister's quilt completed. I made the label adding some lace from an alter cloth saved from the church we grew up going to as a family. My Mom saved some of the alter cloths and gave them to me. I was so glad to be able to use some of the lace for my sister's quilt.
I enjoyed making this wallet for the Guild's boutique. It has a zippered pocket at the top for more compartments. The book in the background is from one of my favorite websites, "Pretty by Hand" by Kristyne Czepuryk. This wallet is one of her patterns. This is a great way to use up those hexagons!