Wednesday, February 29, 2012

make, share

 February NewFO finished!
Craft Hope's latest project is making totes and hats for children's hospital stays.
  Here is my little contribution:
I used Monica's Pick-a-Pocket purse pattern (again) and the ConKerr pillowcase pattern (again).  The robot and matching stripe fabric is from Walmart.  The little tote is chock-full of things a boy could play with quietly while hanging around the hospital.  There are a few more days left on this project if you wanna check it out.
And our dinner looked so pretty I had to take a picture of it.
Mmm.  Fish and fries.  All fried, all the time.
  Please notice I didn't share just how much ketchup we eat with this meal.

6 comments:

Barbara said...

Oh, I love that. Very nice!

Cassandra said...

Cute bag! That would make any little boy happy. :D

Kathy T. said...

That tote is great - and sush a good idea. The robots make it extra special. Oh, and dinner looks good, too ... just sayin'!!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Such a cute tote! Try malt vinegar on the fish! Yum!

Deanna said...

We used to have a meal we called "Fried Everything" from time to time. Each family member was required to take a ceremonial vitamin before eating to balance it out. :)

soscrappy said...

Great bag! Looks like it is a nice size for a child to carry along. The robot fabric is super cute.