It’s my day…

…in the Tammy Project Bag Blog Hop
hosted by Mdm. Samm at Sew We Quilt!

Thanks Mdm. Samm for the awesome hop
and beautiful project!
And these are the ladies
sharing their beautiful bags today:
I was scheduled to post yesterday,
but after having a tree fall on my house
and having no power for over 3 weeks,
it’s taking me a bit longer to get things done…
… but I made it!!! Yay!
and here is my Tammy Bag
in one of my favorite Riley Blake fabrics:

This is the front…
and this the back…
This bag can hold so much…
… a little embroidery hoop,
sticky thimble dots,
a leather thimble,
2 scissors,
2 needle theaters,
embroidery thread,
a needle case
and several of my little wonky circles to embroider…
 and there was still room for more!!!
I love it! It’s just perfect to carry with me,
as I always must have something
to keep busy °Ü°
I’m so glad you stopped by today!
and hope you enjoy today’s hop,

54 thoughts on “It’s my day…

  1. Judy B says:

    Your Tammy bag is beautiful, love the fabric! Sew glad you now have electricity and hope your house didn't have 2 much damage. Thank you for sharing.

  2. krislovesfabric says:

    Sorry to hear of your woes…my parents had the same thing happen last June…it was two trees tho and only a week and a half without power! Your bag is gorgeous, great work!!

  3. Carol says:

    A tree fell on your house AND no power for three weeks? Oh my gosh…how you even managed to whip up this cute little purse is amazing. Love the fabrics and the wonky circles!

  4. Madame Samm says:

    Now despite all the stormy episodes, she still makes a bag…now that is what I call CLASS. And you my dear possess that from the moment I met you, I knew this is one lady we all be watching…
    Today we are watching you with your terrific bag…love your colours…very shall I say CLASSY!

  5. Linda says:

    Oh, my, Cherry! I'm so sorry about your troubles! A tree on your house and no power for 3 weeks is NOT FUN! I hope everything is fixed now and you are back to your new normal!
    Your bag is beautiful! You certainly did a great job!!

  6. Needled Mom says:

    Oh dear!!! I hope you were all safe after the tree falling, but no power for 3 weeks???? Dreadful.

    I love your bag – the color, the fabrics and everything about it. I, too, can't believe how much they hold.

  7. Carrie P. says:

    love your fabric chose for your bag.
    I thought 2 1/2 days without power was a lot from a bad storm that passed through last week. So sorry to hear a tree fell on your house.

  8. jan says:

    Oh! I love your bag. It is so cute. I am so sorry about the tree. Glad you got to finish your bag.:)

  9. LJ says:

    Wow! 3 weeks!!! We went without for 36 hours and thought it was horrid; I can't even imagine 3 days let alone 3 weeks. The bag is so adorable and so useful. Hope your summer is much less eventful from here on in. 🙂

  10. Pauline says:

    What a lovely fabric! Sweet colours and the house on the front side and the cute matching leaves on the back, that makes a fine Tammy!
    A tree on your house and 3 weeks no electricity…. pffffff! but you finished before the hop is over, great job! Thanks for sharing.

  11. lefuntz says:

    I see your bag has a cute little house and leaves but no tree. I Love your bag and I'm sew happy you are up and running again. You handled it well.

  12. Quilt n Queen says:

    Cherry, you are always an inspiration…I luv the yellow and grey combination and the fussy cutting for the front of the bag…great job. I don't know how you did it with no power for 3 weeks. Just last week we lost power for 2 hours…I'll never complain again. Thanks for sharing!! Happy stitching, Pauline

  13. sandra says:

    Sorry about the tree falling on your house, I hope it did not do to much damage. Love the fabric it is very modern looking and your bag is beautiful. Sandra

  14. Linda J says:

    Wow. Cherry you had a lot of obstacles to overcome to get this done. I hope no one was injured—the house was bad enough, I'm guessing.

    What a lovely bag in contemporary fabrics! It looks fantastic.

  15. Janarama says:

    A tree on your house and no power for 3 weeks and you were still able to finish your Tammy bag? Amazing. Your bag turned out great though. Very nice fabric choices.

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