Introducing once again, the fabulous Jenny from The Southern Institute! If you’ve been following this blog for a little while now, you know that Jenny and I have become pretty good pals and have enjoyed sharing on each other’s blogs. We met over comments about washing detergents and the rest is history! She shared her Indoor Herb Garden here and I’ve shared my Magnetic Bookmark tutorial there.
And I’m honored to have her here again! Welcome Jenny!
Hi everyone, Jenny here from The Southern Institute! I was so excited when Louise asked me to be a part of this series. What a fun idea! I had a hard time choosing a game to go with. It came down to Heads Up 7Up or Red Rover for me. I loved both of those games as a kid, but when I mentioned Heads Up 7Up to friends, there were a few who looked at me with blank stares. Everyone seems to be familiar with Red Rover, however, and so was born the idea for the Red Rover Tote Bag! Here’s a little tutorial for you.
- tote bag (you can buy one or make one using this tutorial)
- freezer paper
- exacto knife
- cutting mat
- fabric paint
- fabric paint brush
- brown paper shopping bag
- a large scrap of fabric, about 14″ x 7″
- Pellon Wonder-Under (found with the interfacing at Joann’s and other fabric stores), cut to the same size as the fabric.
Now for the applique.