My furrs really do love Bella and the company. They're not used to a lot of company so they get pretty excited but that minimizes with each visit.
So my thoughts is that the fabric and labor is really just me having a good time using up stash. It's the hardware that I've paid for. I like to ship USPS Priority cause I've never had anything go missing that way and that would be $6.80 for the smallest box that would fit 8-10 fobs. I sell them for $4 each on our local swap shop, but for a friend is different that's why I said $2 each.
Do the ones I showed you that are already made work or would you want different fabrics. I have found that the patriotic one and the ones in the bottom row on this picture seem to be most popular. I have supplies on hand to make 7 more than the 9 I have made so could make more to suit your specific desires. So my thoughts are...............that $25.00 or $30.00 (which would include the postage of $6.80). Does this all make sense.
Hi Kim. Yes, the Lazy Girl by Fobio is the pattern I bought. I got the additional hardware and pull on line. I shopped for it all at Amazon. I also bought zippers. The thing that caught me off guard at first is that the pretty pulls don't work on all zippers easily. So you need to match up the Atkinson (YKK) pulls with Atkinson zippers for it to work smoothly. The great thing is that you use a 14" x 2" piece of fabric and iron on interfacing. So any fabric in your stash works.
Right now I have 9 made, unclaimed of various colors. IF you want to think about it, I would do them for $2.00 each plus the shipping which would be $6.80 by small priority. Just a thought if you wanna go that route. I've got lots of supplies and not a lot to do with them. They're just too fun to stop making them.
If you search on Amazon for the Lazy Girl pattern then at the bottom of the page it'll have the suggestions for the hardware, pliers, pulls etc so you should be able to see all that you need to get it done.
Have a wonderful day.
Those are the ones I have unclaimed right now. They're just too fun to stop making them.
Kim, No, I wish I could say that I did the actual quilting on the kaleidoscope quilt but, I had it done by a Long Arm Quilter (American Made Heirlooms in N. Woodbury, OH). Leana did a fantastic job on it, didn't she? It's a Marti Mitchell designed quilt. I did all of the piecing. I'd love to learn to do long arm quilting at some point but, I don't have room for a piece of equipment like that in my home. I only have 1,500 sq ft - no basement & no attic - good news is that it's not too tough to keep clean - LOL!
Hello Kim! I'm so glad you joined the Barn Blog! We're going to have so much fun and the quilt is so darling! I hope you feel comfortable posting comments, questions and tips you feel are pertinent to us. We will be begin our first BOM on April 30th! Love your dog BTW! I lost mine last April and Rosie was half Golden Retreiver and G. Shepherd. What a great dog she was! Welcome, Mari