Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Packing up my "Traveling Bag"

Getting things accomplished isn't nearly as important as
taking time for love.
Janette Oke

    Well I am so excited to be packing up the "Travel Bag" and going camping for a few days. Of course the first thing to pack is what I will be cross stitching. Food and clothes is always a second thought.


This is my traveling bag. I rarely leave home with out it.



    The big pocket on the bottom is 13 inches long to fit just about any pattern. I sewed pockets on the flap to hold my glasses and scissor fob. There is a piece of felt sewed on for needles. I also made a matching ort container  that founds flat. The back of the bag is my cover picture. It fits me perfectly since I never leave home without it.
    I probably did a stitching no no. Because I do take it everywhere I scotch guarded the whole bag including my stitching.
    Right now in my bag is 3 Mill Hill spring pin kits, Doodles for leftovers "My Window", Praire Grove Peddler, Bunny candle mat, Shepherd's Bush "Tiny Garden" scissor fob, and my pink linen from the give away I won to stitch Doodles "Cross Stitch Time". After seeing so many of your cute pillows, I want to try and make this one into a pillow.
    When I get back on Monday I will let you know how many of these projects I got finished.


My first Stoney Creek Stand Up. I finished it about 2 weeks ago.




Always keep love in your stitches,
Teresa




7 comments:

Nancy said...

Hope you have fun camping! Love your travel bag, I think the scotchguard was a good idea!

Tricia said...

How fun, Teresa! Where do you go camping? I've never been but my husband would love to get a camper and go sometime! I love your bag. I may have to try my hand at making one as well.

My Life In Stitches said...

very sweet, your an great finisher for such a new stitcher. I also always carry my stitching with me. Isn't it amazing what we carry inour purses now. I can't leave home without my nook, my cell phone,my netbook and my stitching. no room for makeup or even a brush. Have a fun time. darlene

Kelly said...

I love the stitching bag and Scotch Guard was a great idea for a piece that is going to be used. It is great all the projects you are taking. I bring tons of projects too and I am usually lucky if I get in a few sttiches...

natalyK said...

Have a wonderful trip! Happy Stitching and Relaxing!

Pointed Stitcher said...

LOVE your traveling bag

Jane said...

Hello Teresa
Thank you for your recent comments on my blog, I've finally got round to calling by to visit you too!
WOW! your stitching is gorgeous and such lovely projects, I just love the Gingerbread House, I've never seen anything like that before, it's sooooooo sweet as is your personalised traveller, a great handy accessory.
I'm now an official stalker so I'll be back!
Take Care
Jane
(Buttons & Stitches x x x)