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The latest Project QUILTING Challenge is “I Need a Vacation.”  We’re planning on taking our girls on a vacation in the near future so I thought this would be a great chance to make them something special for the trip.

First … I used the letter’s from Sam Hunter’s book “Quilt Talk” to paper piece each of the girls initials.

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Then – I went to another great pattern from Sam Hunter – the Chunky Wee Bag.  The small version of the Chunky Wee Bag is absolutely perfect for three girls going on a vacation.  Especially personalized with their initial and in their favorite color..

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Mercedi loves pink.

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Capri loves mint (and aqua).

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Pip said she loved red but of course it turns out she really loves whatever her sisters wanted.  Oh well – it’s hard to please a four year old.

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It was a crazy week for me with a sick kid and ridiculous amounts of appointments to go to.  Sam’s pattern made it so easy to whip this up in plenty of time for the challenge deadline. Honestly – if you haven’t made a project yet – go and buy her pattern and make a Chunky Wee Bag for this challenge!  See if you can do something fun for the flap to make it your own!  I promise if you have two hours – you can finish this project!

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The girls were so excited about their bags (well … Pip was at first until she saw her sisters).

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And I can guarantee they’ll get complimented on them on our trip.

Linking up to Finish it Up Friday.

5 comments:

  1. The bags are soooo cute. Great job.

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  2. The bags are so beautiful and lovely.

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  3. So cute! And what a great idea to personalize them!

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  4. The bags are amazing. I love their initials on them and the beautiful colors.

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