Thursday, May 7, 2015

Fibre Bag

 I made a little bag to hang from my spinning wheel, to hold the fibre ready for spinning.


The sides of the bag are 4" wide (16" circumference), and the bag is almost 8" tall. I used heavy interfacing along the top edge, on the base, and along the back to make the bag sturdy. There is a thin polyester batting too. For the free motion quilting I used 100Wt Invisiafil thread on top and 50Wt Aurifil in the bobbin (quilting designs - continuous curve, meander and swirls).


The bag works well, and here it is holding about 50g of fibre. It ties on the end of the spinning wheel with twill tape ties (under the mother-of-all).

It is good to have a handy son when the car needs some repairs.
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

Scrappy quilter said...

Looks pretty efficient. Cute too!

Raewyn said...

It's turned out well Joanne! Now you can spin to your heart's content...oh, you do that anyway?! :-)

Sally Hurley said...

It's cute. I love making useful things around the house.

Vickie said...

Cute BAG !!

Vânia Revheim said...

Hello Joanne!
I'm brazilian and i visited Manitoba once when was doing the exchange program. I really like your blog and this fibre bag is made of patchwork, isn't it?
I'm following your blog already, if you want to follow me back, i will be happy :)
Kisses,
Vania
http://revheimideas.blogspot.com.br/