Monday, 23 July 2018

UFO


This project has been sitting around for well over a year waiting to be finished,so time to get it finished.


All the pieces were finished for it ,it just had to be put together.



It was going to be a gift for a friend's birthday .


Except i got the iron too close to the plastic and the steam made a little hole in it.


And i dont want to pull it apart so it will be a new project pouch for me.


My DD2 is a scentsy consultant and Little Murphy who has just turned 5 said mum and my DD said yes Murf and he said mum do you think that god has scentsy in his house,lol,how cute is that it made us all laugh,so funny the things that little people think off,lol.

Hope your day is a good one.
Cheers Shez xx


35 comments:

  1. Love your project pouch. So pretty. Murf's comment sure gave me a smile & a chuckle. :) So cute. Hugs,xx

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  2. Such a gorgeous tote bag--and I HAVE that thread--isn't it just luscious??;)))
    I used some of it when making my little crazy quilt blocks...want to get back to them again....I have 9 left to finish up....
    Your little quote is so true for us at our ages...thanks for sharing hugs, Julierose

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  3. Cute bag. Great idea with the see through pocket on the outside.

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  4. Love the project bag, what a pity about the steam hole but at least you have one or two projects that can go in it....
    I love little Murphy's question.....
    Hugz

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  5. Gorgeous bag, Shez, the colours are beautiful. What a shame that you made a little hole in it, but good news that you got to keep it for yourself. xx

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  6. Congrats on finishing a UFO! Very pretty.

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  7. What a gorgeous bag!! I love the colors and the fabrics!! And what an adorable question from Murphy!! So sweet!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  8. What a pretty pouch! The fabrics are gorgeous!!!

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  9. It's lovely, and I really like the quilted look of the bottom portion. The pink and tan shades are so pretty, and what a handy little purse you'll have to the ready! Hope all has been well. Just happened to spot your link at another comment, so was able to hop over quickly to enjoy your latest project. Kudoes on finishing up a UFO, and such a versatile and pretty one at that! TFS & Hugs

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  10. I love your project bag. Are those poppies?

    What a sweet little grandson. He is focused on the right things :)

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  11. That's a fabulous project bad, you put a lot of work into it. Have a great, new week, hugs, Valerie

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  12. Shez, wow girl, this is stunning. Love the lacey zipper and that gorgeous bag...pretty fabric.xx

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  13. Oops. Never mind lovely bag.
    Good luck with the FMQ weekend... those gloves look cool.

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  14. It is a beautiful bag to transport the work of embroidery and to have all the material at hand, dear Shez.
    Your friend will love it!😉
    Hugs

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  15. So beautiful! Love the bag and I know for sure the one for whom you've made it will love it too. Such a work that quilting. My mum also loved such work till a couple of years ago. Now she is too old for embroidery work.
    Karin

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  16. A wonderful bag and a nice gift for your friend.
    Manuela

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  17. Cute finish Shez! Makes a fabulous new project bag for you! Christine x

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  18. So sweet what your grandson said. They have the cutest little minds. After all that work and then the steam makes a little hole. Oh well I'm glad you can use it. It will make a very pretty project bag. Well done!
    xx Beca

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  19. What an adorable bag! Works great for a project bag. Here's to a cozy home, good food and happy people!

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  20. A fantastic new project bag dear Shez and what a lovely thinking grandson!

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  21. love your bag Shez…..and how precious is your little Murph....I had no heard of scentsy before and just googled...looks interesting...could you send me some info if you can...massive thanks xxx

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  22. out of the mouths of babes eh? What a sweetheart! Love the little pouch - what a great use of those zippers too! xo

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  23. Out of the mouths of babes....they are so funny sometimes. Irons and olastic just don't go together very well but you do have a lovely gift for you now at least.

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  24. Hola Shez!! Qué bonito proyecto nos has presentado, muchas gracias por mostrarnos amiga. Besos!

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  25. That bag is so pretty. I'm sorry you got a hole in the plastic part, but I hope you enjoy using the bag now. :)

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  26. What a beautiful ufo....such a shame about the iron...but now you get to enjoy it. Out of the mouths of babes lol xx

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  27. Gorgeous little pouch. Glad you get to keep it.

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  28. A gorgeous bag and I'm sure a little stitch will disguise that hole. LOVE it. Love what your Grandson said, so cute LOL. Great quote too and so true.
    Faith
    x

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  29. An over hot iron means you get to keep this pretty. =) Such pretty fabric and flowers.

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  30. Gorgeous bag. So annoying about the hole but at least you get to keep it. Your Alice header is perfect timing. My youngest went to the Alice exhibition over the weekend.

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  31. Out of the mouths of kids comes the most perfect things. I wonder if - the hole, if it isn't in an awkward place...could be covered with one of the appliqued flowers similar to those on the other side??

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  32. Pity about the hole but it still is lovely and will work well! xx

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