Tuesday, January 18, 2011

This one is for the charity I stitch for:  World of Charity Stitching and will be given as a gift to a senior lady at Century Center.  This beautiful piece stitched by Gale in NC is one of the older squares left over from the previous WOCS administration and was too large to make into a tote bag, so I thought it would be perfect for a walker bag.  It turned out nicely and didn't take quite as long to sew as the first one I did a while back.


  1. That is so beautiful, I am going to learn how to do a walker bag. You are so good and your work is fabulous.

  2. Thank you Gisela. It isn't hard, but it does take a little while to do. I use velcro for the straps, but others don't like it. I don't like to do buttons or D rings, so this works fine for me.