These pretty pinks are going to be made into triangles for a SGQ pennant banner. I am going to use felt for the letters. I bought some pale pink felt already but I am worried it will disappear on these fabrics so I am going to try to pick up some lime green instead (per Kimberly's request).
These gorgeous batiks are for a Quilter's Palette tote bag. I am going to use a very light (maybe even white) batik for the main fabric and the rainbow above for the spikes. I think the white will give the bag a more modern and fresh look. I played with the idea of just using part of the spectrum for the spikes (pink, red, orange, yellow), but at the end of the day, I am, and always have been, a rainbow bright kind of gal (:
Here's the original from Jinny Beyer's website so you can see what I mean. I think I am going to use grey or black for the stripe along the bottom. I am also brainstorming what to do for the handles to dress everything up a little bit. This is a free pattern by the way. Follow the link above to download a copy for yourself (:
And last but not least, I have these beauties for another (free pattern) bag: Amy Butler's Blossom Bag. The pattern is available at Sew Mama Sew (linked above) and here are the pictures of the bag from their site so you can see how pretty this bag is.
I will be using the floral on the left for the outside of the bag. The geometric print will be the interior and the solid will be for the pockets, etc. I think this bag is so, so pretty but I am worried it is going to be really challenging for me as I am rather a novice at bag making. I have had the pattern and fabric for months, but I have been just too nervous to cut in to it. However, I really love this bag, and I am going to just take my time, try my best and see what I can create (:
That's all for today, folks. Even though I'm about two hours in to Monday where I live, I am going to link up with Molli Sparkles for Sunday Stash since this post showcases so much pretty fabric!