Friday, November 21, 2008

Variation on a theme: Winter Bag

winterbag

The number 6 must be on the mind as everything I patchwork or crochet these days only seems interesting to me if a hexagon is involved. I think it started with the Patchwork Ball in my book, and then was only driven further home when I came across these Granny-style crocheted hexagons. Well I have started some crocheted hexagons that are slipknotting right along on the couch nearly every night. And now this. My winter bag. Hello winter bag, I love you.

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This is the Taxi Tote pattern, also from my book, but with a patchwork variation on the front side. I should say that with such a simple pattern shape, it is the perfect opportunity to get creative with variations. The hexagon is also the exact hexagon pattern borrowed from the Patchwork Ball pattern, and I think I cut around 4 dozen of them. I fussy cut all the hexagons, somewhat centered on florals from the Drawing Room and Garden Party collections. I wanted the centralized positions to sort of emulate the radiating concentrics of a Granny Square/hexagon. I am really happy with how it turned out. And also exercised a bit of restraint by choosing a solid tweedy gray for the back and lining. The trim is that same fine wale corduroy that was used here, and I love the cozy softness of it.

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To join the hexagons, I just attached one on top of another to join rows first, and then interlocked each row side by side and joined them with a seam that sort of zigs and zags. (Not to be confused of course with a zigzag stich-it's just that the seam continues to turn corners as you go.) I compared the growing piecework to the bag pattern every now and then until the patchwork would accommodate the size of the pattern piece. Then I top stitched long vertical passes (in that same vertical zig and zag line) of the hexagon patchwork to the interfacing before moving on the follow the rest of the pattern steps.

Have fun if you try it!

Oh and in the-world-is-never-quite-perfect-news, a small amount of book boo-boos have been found here and there, and I am trying to make mention of them as they show up and respond to any questions here at the newly formed Seams To Me flickr group. So before you get frustrated with what you may think to be a typo in the book, scan some of the topics and maybe it'll help you. If not by all means post a question! I will soon have a fancy corrections page to point you to as well.

enjoy your weekend pals, and still (gladly) accepting your soup recipes! xo,Anna

69 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:18 PM

    i LOVE this purse.
    you are so creative, you are someone i look up to when it is about sewing and ideas.
    beautiful fabrics too.

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  2. I LOVE this bag! I mean, the pattern is fantastic, but the hexagon patchwork adds the special touch.

    Congratulations on your 6th!! :)

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  3. I love your fussy cut hexagons! The fabrics are beautiful! Can't wait to get your book for Christmas! :)

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  4. oh that is *beautiful*!!! I've been seeing hexagons everywhere lately, theres a beautiful english paper pieced work in the new issues of Stitches magazine that I've been drooling over...I think I might try your bag first though!!! Your book has been a *constant* source of inspiration and excitement for me!!!!

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  5. What a bag! It's beautiful, really.

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  6. Your bag turned out so cute, no wonder you are in love with it!

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  7. beautiful. you are truly an inspiration!!!!!!! You just gave me a great idea. i love your fabrics by the way. i bought your scraps.. now you gave me an idea on how to use it.

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  8. Gorgeous bag, I MUST make this! You are too clever! Was struggling to justify needing the ball for myself but a bag, well you can never have too many bags, can you? Thanks for visiting my bog yesterday and leaving a message; that made my day!
    Hen x

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  9. I discovered your blog after reading about you in "Mary Engelbreit's Home Companion". I guess as a busy mother of five with a penchant for art, I figured I had found a kindred spirit. That seems to be more true now that I've started my own business www.ruffedgedesign.com (my very much in-process website) and am also expecting baby number six. If you'd like to see any pix of my brood, I'd love to have you visit me at www.poeticanatomy.blogspot.com

    Cheryl

    PS: Congratulations; I wish us both well.

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  10. This is so cute! Even though I am not that much into patchwork (I don't have the patience for it) I am sure willing to give it a try just to get this result.

    Lovely!

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  11. Love the purse! I too am preggers, with my 2nd though :-) That last post with the toast and honey sent my honey to the grocery store at 10pm! I'm still in that craving stage!

    I tried to post this recipe but I don't think it showed up. So here goes again.

    Tuesday Taco Soup (it is DELIGHTFUL!)
    my own recipe.

    What you’ll need:

    1 pound lean ground beef. (I use 4%)

    1 cup chopped onion

    1 can diced tomatoes

    1 can tomato sauce (not paste, SAUCE)

    1 can corn

    1 can black beans

    Jar salsa of your choice ( I prefer Pace)

    1 package taco seasoning

    1 package Hidden Valley ranch dressing mix

    2 avocados

    Baked tortilla chips (or regular)

    low fat grated cheese

    fat free sour cream

    To make:

    Brown beef. Add onions 1/3 cup water and taco seasoning mix.

    In large pot add diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, corn, black beans and 2 cups salsa. Bring to a light boil. Add beef and onions and Ranch dressing packet. Stir well and allow to lightly boil on medium heat for 5 minutes. Reduce heat to low and let simmer for 35 minutes.

    Prepare easy guacamole. Halve avocados and mash into a bowl. Add 2-4 tablespoons salsa. Mix well and Set aside.

    When Soup is done, pour into deep bowl, add a heaping spoonful of sour cream and shredded cheese on top. Eat with tortilla chips and guacamole. ENJOY!

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  12. Super cute bag! How do you ever juggle sewing, a business, and 5 kids?! I only have 3 kids and barely have time to go to the bathroom!

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  13. funny...I linked to the same super amazing crocheted hex tutorial this week too! Love your hex bag...

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  14. Zucchini soup with fresh koriander.

    for 4 persons (multiply as required):
    3 midsized zucchinis. Midsized is ...uhm..well just three. Don't take the smallest ones. 1 big potato. 1 biiig onion.
    Peel all the stuff except for one zucchini. That's for the colour. Chop it all up while singing loud (the pieces don't have to look good - they'll end up in the mixer anyway).
    Throw everything into your favorite soup pan with a liter of water and a spoon of dried vegetable bouillon (concentrate). Let it cook until veggies are ready (say 25 to 30 minutes). Pour out all the juice (no, don't throw away! Most of it comes back in.) Put veggies into mixer and let it spin! Now, when you have a nice purree add liquid back while stirring until you have reached the right consistency. Throw in a dollop of butter or creme fraiche, pepper, salt to taste.

    Serving:
    Wash and cut the Koriander leaves. Serve soup hot with the koriander leaves sprinkled on top. For meat lovers: thinly sliced crispy bacon. Or fish friends: slivers of smoked salmon.Tastes best with warm, crusty olive bread.
    Divine.

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  15. P.S.: I didn't say I love the hexagon flower bag, did I?
    Well, I love it - I won't be able to make it (too sloppy with the fabric cutting) but I can look at it admiringly ;)!

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  16. ADORATION! Love, love, love this bag. Off to retrieve my copy of Seams to Me. Uh-oh, I think I'm officially over my daily limit of wanna-makes...

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  17. Love the hexagons. That had to be time consuming though! It's a really cute bag. I can't wait to get my copy of the book (I asked Santa for it).

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  18. Oh my goodness I kid you not I'm working on a blog post with this same title in French, how funny.
    I love the bag, and the book and can't wait to get around to trying out the projects....
    Andrea

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  19. The bag is GREAT. And I love the fabric you used on the back - It's what makes the front EXTRA special, no? Yes? Whatever...It's fab.

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  20. Anonymous5:22 PM

    It's no wonder the number six is on your mind lately. The bag's beautiful.

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  21. Anonymous5:34 PM

    Cute bag~ lovely fabric, how do you find time to sew while newly pregnant?? you must not have morning sickness or as i would say "all day" sickness. wow thanks for the eye CaNdY!!:) - Susie

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  22. Love this bag. I think I need a tutorial...or atleast someone to help me through the book. Guess I am still a novice.

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  23. I`m a fairly recent subscriber, but I really love your blog. The bag is gorgeous, but I`m terrible at patchwork and with two toddlers messing things up, I think I`ll wait on that one . . .

    Super soup recipe that I came up with the other day while sick with a cold:

    Ginger-Garlic Egg Drop Soup
    8 cloves garlic (use less if you`re not fond of it like I am)
    2" ginger, peeled
    1 carrot, diced
    2 baby zucchini, diced
    2 tomatoes, diced
    2 cups spinach, shredded
    2 onions, diced
    2 stalks celery, diced
    2 eggs, beaten

    Saute onions and celery in a small amount of oil until translucent. Add five cups of chicken or beef broth.

    Slice garlic cloves in half and add, slice ginger lengthwise (easier to dip out later). Add remaining ingredients EXCEPT spinach and egg.

    Let simmer until the veggies are tender. Add shredded spinach and cook 1 min.

    To add the egg, use a spoon to stir the soup rapidly while pouring the eggs in, careful to pour only a thin stream so it breaks up as it hits the soup. Remove from heat immediately and serve hot. SOOO delicious!

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  24. at first glance i thought this was a new fabric, the large flowers look so great together. i'll have to try a basic taxi tote first and then work on stitching straight before i try this. thanks for all of the inspiration
    Gretchen
    (who caught the dog-bed typo on flickr)
    (who made the pincushion as my first project on flickr)
    (who you called from the houston quilt market from my mom's phone - which made my day!!)

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  25. What beautiful attention to detail you have. This is one glorious piece of artwork. I love this bag. (My husband just looked over my shoulder and said 'that's cool' in a really excited and interested voice; he thinks my blogging is a bit silly!).
    I love your hexagons, I wonder if I could do that at all - not sure if I could be neat and square enough!
    Lovely bright and flowery for Winter.

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  26. Hello
    Your bag is absolutely gorgeous, and I know what you mean about the hexagons, there's juts something so satisfying about the way they look all jostled together rubbing sides with each other, I love it!
    Great to see that you are also doing the crochet version, now I can't WAIT to see how yours turn out. Many many thanks for linking to my blog for the hex pattern, that has SO made my day.
    Thankyou :o)
    Lucyxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  27. Many compliments for your creations. On my blog there is my first"Candy" (or Giveaway). If you give me your comment, there is many opportunity for win my art-journal (18 pages handmade...fabric, paper and felt). Until 13 december. I'm waiting on my blog. Ciao, elena

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  28. Anonymous1:51 PM

    I love your work!

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  29. Quite simply? I love, love, love it. Need one, now. Now look what you've done? :)

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  30. Hexagons!
    Love that bag!
    I will have to try making it!

    ~ Jes

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  31. Daisy Cottage6:49 AM

    Hi Sweet Anna Maria!
    I'm catching up with you this morning - which is hard to do because you are soooo busy, busy, busy, and speaking of busy - CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR NEWEST LITTLE ANGEL... that is wonderful news - I'm so happy for you and your family! Everything is wonderful here at your place, as always - you and your inspiration are a gift that I give myself each time I visit you. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. I'm thankful for YOU.
    xo,
    Kim

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  32. Hi Anna!

    Your book is at the top of my Christmas list, so there's a really, really good chance that Santa will bring it = } I love your hexagon bag, and just can't wait for Christmas!!

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  33. Oh Anna Maria, when I grow up I want to sew like you!!!! LOL

    I wish I had half an ounce of your talent. I bought your book and am still trying to teach myself to sew - to no avail. You're awesome!

    Have a happy day!

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  34. This is truly inspirational! And don't you just love Lucy's blog and crochet work! I have so many things that I want to make, and looking at this just makes my list grow longer. Happily so! :~)

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  35. Stephanie K.4:20 PM

    This is by far one of my favorite soup recipes. I am in love with Italian food and since your roots stem from there, I found it appropriate! I love your blog, i think you are amazing!

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/pasta-e-fagioli-recipe/index.html

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  36. Hi Anna Maria :o)
    Your new bag is lovely...I have been making a couple of things from a brown tweedy fabric that I call Frosted Gingerbread..I love the tweed.

    I forgot you were looking for soup recipes. I just did a post on my blog with a hamburger vegetable soup that I always get compliments on.

    http://lissilulu.blogspot.com/2008/11/recipehamburger-vegetable-soup.html

    Enjoy!
    Lori

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  37. Okay, I love this bag, but it's time to confess that I'm only in the middle of sewing my curtains (of which said fabric was bought in May... you know, I told you about that) and then I told you a couple months ago that these curtains would be done. Well finally I am sewing them! So to get to a pattern in your book, I'm moving at the rate of about next July... so plenty of time to post that corrections page!!! ;)
    Three words for you too: biscuits,butter & honey. That's heaven for me!!!

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  38. p.s. I forgot to tell you that your hexagon=granny square is just brilliant!!! I'm a crocheting fool right now, so this is intriguing me to no end.
    p.p.s. give that tummy a little rub from me! :)

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  39. my 6 year old was dying to make the ball when she saw it in the book. She has cut out all of the pieces so far! I'm a little nervous to see how the sewing will go for her.

    Definitely loving the hexagons!

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  40. What an absolutely fantastic idea to use hexagons for this! I've only thought of them in flower garden quilts, but this is such a fun way to feature different fabrics.

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  41. Wow this is amazing! I think I'm going to have to buy your book now to make it!

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  42. Hello again Anna Maria
    Just had to point you to this blog I came across yesterday:
    http://grannymania.canalblog.com/

    Its in French, but if you scroll down a bit, you'll come across the crochet hexagon bag :: me likeeeeee, and thought you would too
    Lucyxxxxxxxxx

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  43. Has the winner of the sewing machine been named yet from the Seams to Me giveaway?

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  44. jennL9:27 AM

    Just beautiful. Perhaps one day I'll get to hexagons. For now, you inspire me to sew more.

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  45. Just georgeous! I'm so jealous of your talent. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  46. Love it! Such a great design.

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  47. I am back again! I have paged through Seams to Me again and again this evening (South African time) and I HAD to start making the Taxi Tote! What a lovely bag. I must also comment that I love the fact that the patterns are seperate and full-size. I have had so many problems getting patterns enlarged lately that this is a pleasure. Great book!

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  48. I love this bag, thank you for the inspiration! Hmmmmm...

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  49. Happy Thanksgiving.
    This blog definitely makes my gratitude list.

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  50. So nice.

    moonstitches.typepad.com has a hexagon crochet tutorial:

    http://moonstitches.typepad.com/moonstitches/2007/06/62-foldable.html

    and I saw a nice large hexagon blanket in a catalog recently (can't remember which), but I'm loving the hexagon thing.

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