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the Round Robin Edition 14 – Sewing while traveling

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happy monday.

Travel and sewing totally mix— and since the weather is becoming just a little bit nicer and we are venturing outdoors, I thought today should be all about sewing kits or things that will make sewing on the go a little easier and pleasant!
There are a few that are my favorite— which I will be sharing below…like the armchair pincushion and the camp chair bag and the sewing handbag! All of these are great for wherever you are and in whatever situation you are in.

Do you have a great way for packing around your sewing? Hit reply and let me know, I’d love to hear about it.


in the sewing room

Binding is still happening around here!  I am not one who puts things off….but it looks like binding has been put off multiple times and it’s piling up!

I’m fairly certain that this will do it for now, but know that the pile again will quickly grow.   There are still a couple more quilts I am just finishing up, so it’s bound to happen.

Plus, I get to use my favorite clips and thimble.

Just a quick note added to this— the IAQ (online quilt group) is open again!  You can join anytime right now…and start sewing along with us. We have been working on the Sampler of 2018 and the Scavenger Hunt BOM.  Both, you can find on the site:

today’s topic  travel & sewing

The night is kind of the best time to sit and relax.and nothing is better for relaxing than some hand stitching. What I find though is I loose my scissors, miss place the thread, and who knows how many buttons and other goodies are tucked in between the cushions or behind pillows.
To save a little bit of frustration, the armchair pincushion, and sewing pocket is perfect.

Sew it up here: Arm chair Pincushion & pocket tutorial

Another of my favorites is the hand bag for hand stitching. The bag handle is large enough for your arm to go through– so it hangs down.

You can store your hand stitching in there or your yarn – if you are a crochet or knitter as well!
It’s super handy to have and it’s not that deep, so you aren’t reaching or digging forever either.

Check out the hand bag tutorial here.

This last one might be a little funky– but I love mine!

It’s a camp chair bag…..and you can make it using an orphan quilt block! Double love that!
It’s not a perfectly finished bag, which makes it sew up quick and really, you are camping.

You just need something that will work and can hang there and get a little dirty- and it’s not going to be upsetting.

Check out the Camp Chair Bag tutorial here.

sew it make your own quilt kits~

Needing to put that kit together before you start out?

Here’s a great way to make your own quilt or sewing kits. With a printable as well- and instructions for making up a clear bag to store and carry it all.

Make your own Sewing kit Tutorial and Printable.


something fun

Travel Sewing Kit…  click here to read more.

Travel Sewing Bag…  click here to read more

Travel Sewing kit with a strap closure…. click here to read more

Clear Bag Tutorial…  click here to read more

Zipper Travel Bag…. click here to read more

quilty chit chat

There have been a few fun projects posted in the Quilting 101 fb group.

 The Three’s Company  your blocks are flying in and they are sooo wonderful to see! Are you sewing along?

Join the group for free here.

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Do you have a favorite resource online or in person that you love? Share it in the comments!

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