Make Mine Modern Swap — Received!


Posted on August 18th, by Amy in Swap. 17 comments

Yesterday was a great mail day!  After shipping off my swap items, I was prepared to sit back and wait a  week or more to have anything show up at my door.  Thankfully I didn’t have to wait long for this one!

The goal for this swap is to make something for your “sewing room”, and swap a bundle of  1 1/2 yards of  fabric.  I say “sewing room” because you all have seen where I sew!   As I filled out the questionerre to participate in the swap, I of course mentioned that I sew at the kitchen table, and that most of my sewing space is very portable, and quickly dis-assembled.

 Kiza made me a portable ironing surface – so perfect!  I’ve used a towel on different surfaces in the past, just to avoid dragging the ironing board out (again) and this will see lots of use!  There’s also a cute snap pouch, stitchery, chocolate and a stack of Monica’s Happy Mochi Yum, Yum.   Fabric I’ve wanted but haven’t splurged on yet!

Close up of the stitchery.

Are you itching to join a swap yet?

Happy sewing ~ Amy





17 thoughts on “Make Mine Modern Swap — Received!

  1. 1
    Amy says:

    Yes I am!!! That stitchery is too cute.

  2. 2
    Jean says:

    That is just darling! I love it! It’s so happy!

  3. 3
    Cindy Sharp says:

    Beautiful!

  4. 4
    Tabatha says:

    I joined one scrap swap just as I had started quilting and it did not go well. I really didn’t have any quilting fabric to speak of and neither did my partner so neither of us got what we wanted.

    I’ve started building a stash but still, not enough to share in a swap. ;D

  5. 5
    Rebecca Lynne says:

    Would love to join a swap… You starting one? ;)

  6. 6
    Em says:

    Looks like a fun swap. The stitchery is so sweet.

  7. 7
    Em says:

    Looks%20like%20a%20fun%20swap.%20%20The%20stitchery%20is%20so%20sweet.

  8. 8
    Tove Leggett says:

    SO cute you get the cute stuff from you swaps. Hopefuly soon life will slow back down and I can get beck to my sewing!

  9. 9
    Vicki says:

    I love your blog! I am a quilter and am signing up for the prizes, I think I’m doing it right.

  10. 10
    Beth says:

    You are a lucky girl!
    I would love to join one but I am a little nervous!
    Hope you are having a happy day!
    Smiles
    ~Beth

  11. 11
    Lynne says:

    How wonderful.

    I could use a portable ironing table myself – my ironing board has lived in my sewing room since May! In fact, I noticed yesterday that the two hooks on the back of the laundry door that used to hold the ironing board now hold other things – a hat and the “peg apron”!

  12. 12
    Eileen says:

    Does she have directions for ironing thing? I made something to fit a wooden tv tray and it’s worked ok but would love to see how she did yours!

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  14. 14
    Suzanne says:

    Score! You had a thoughtful swap partner. I just saw that coin purse tutorial today. If it pops up in a third place I will become obliged to make one. :-)

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