1/10/2017

Fat Mat yoga bag pattern supplement






 This supplement to my Ananda Yoga Bag pattern is for those ultra plush mats on the market now- I call them phat mats. Or fat mats.  It is constructed exactly the same way, only the measurements have changed.



If you missed the Ananda Yoga Bag pattern, get it here for free.







Download the PDF supplement for the phat mat here.




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On another note, because it's that "resolutions" time of year anyway, I've decided to get these WIP piles done. My friend Lucy +Charm About You is one of the hosts for the Finish-a-Long 2017 group. I'm participating and you should too- there are prizes to be won! LOL   Let's do it!



From Lucy's blog: "For those of you who are new to the FAL, it is a place to find motivation and encouragement to complete those unfinished projects that are hanging about becoming UFOs. Every quarter you post a list of projects you hope to finish in the next three months, and then at the end of the quarter, you post a link from your blog, Flickr or Instagram of each successful finish from your original list.

Each finish is an entry for wonderful prizes from our sponsors. There is no penalty for not finishing a listed project, so feel free to make your list long or short, as you wish." 


MY LIST:

1. Quilt the Glamp sampler wall hanging I pieced last summer at Pink Castle's amazingly fun Glamp Stitch-a-lot





2. Hand quilt the Summer Sampler quilt in the places I was struggling with machine quilting it. It's being used, on my bed- and I LOVE seeing it every single day. But let's face it, I need to get those spaces quilted.






3. Quilt my Chinese Silk velvet quilt. It's been pulling apart at the seams, so I guess that means I need to tightly quilt it for strength. The brocade just can't hold up to the weight of the velvet on the backing. Boo.





4. Get my own design complete- I have one block done, I need to do about 15 more. I hope it works. It's a paper piecing project I created in EQ7 (which by the way I need to learn like a thousand times better than I do)... maybe next quarter.




5. Quilt the mini I made from scraps/strings. I ended up not loving it, but maybe once it's quilted I will?

(No photo yet but I'll update tomorrow hopefully.)




6. Finish writing my coffee press pattern. I need this mainly for myself. Sometimes I make stuff and then later when I want to repeat it, I forget how to do it.  So dumb right? LOL








Whew. Let's hope something gets done on that list. 


Happy Making friends! 





Only a few weeks left until Quilt Con- it's my first year going and I'm SO excited. . . 

There is something so FUN about being a newbie, because all the possibilities are hanging out there in the wind, flying around without boundaries.   I love that. 




See you soon. :D










8 comments:

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    1. :D haha The plane is a pattern by Rashida Coleman Hale.

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  2. So many good things on this list! I can't even... :-D And your bag pattern is just super cute. I'm not big into yoga (although I should be - good for you and everything, but it has connotations of early mornings) but this could be such a useful bag for camping trips and such where you need all those odd shaped things to be stored and trucked about everywhere. Good luck with your WIP list
    E xx

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  3. Fantastic list, you can totally knock off a few of those projects! Thank you for participating in the FAL, on behalf of the 2017 global FAL hosts.

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  4. You have a very busy life...love all the sewing you get done!

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  5. Have the BEST time at Quiltcon! Darn, I wish I was going now!

    Good luck with your list. I doubt you'll need it. You work harder and faster than anyone I know. I think I'm going to try for the next quarter, seeing it's the 14th today-D'ohh!

    PS great pattern and as a phat mat person. I thank you.

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