At the Calgary Modern Quilt Guild meeting that I attended last month, we were told to make a nametag for the May meeting. At first I was stumped. Most of the nametags that I have worn have been about 2 inches by 3 inches, and I had no idea how to make something quilty that was that small, and still left room for my name.
But at the conference I went to last weekend, we were given fairly large nametags; pouches actually, with room to store a flash drive and one of those little voting things that seem to be so popular now with the powerpoint crowd. It hung around our neck, rather than being pinned on. When I saw it, I had an "aha" moment!
So, I made a tiny churn dash block - 3 inches, and added an extra bit of fabric to write my name on. A couple strips of colourful stripes for binding and straps, and I was done.
Or so I thought. I then remembered that I had some sewing themed buttons that I had bought on a whim. Why not? I added the scissors, sewing machine - and that little orange blob is a thimble. Finished!
And that is all the sewing I have done this weekend. Spring has finally arrived here, and I had to spend some time outside!
I'm linking up with Mary for Sew Sunday.