Saturday, November 25, 2017

Holiday Stitching

Thursday was a national holiday in Japan, Labor Day. I met with three members of the stitch group that day to work on kogin projects.  I think they really like kogin!  They like the bag I made with my little kogin panel and think it would be good for a travel lingerie bag. 







Look for some finished lingerie bags next time! 



Here's another finished crazy quilt bag.





13 comments:

Vireya said...

The Japanese snacks look amazing. Was the thing with eyes nice? I presume it is hazelnut flavoured from the packaging?

Anonymous said...

Hi Pamela,wow lovely kogin pieces,love the patchwork bag ,glad you all had so much fun xx

NADINE said...

Splendid :D They're always doing such a good job...
kogin is so beautiful, I guess you need a special fabric to do the embroidery ??

In stitches,
Nadine

kiwikid said...

The kogin stitching is beautifu as is the crazy patch bag.

Queeniepatch said...

It is such a good idea to make a small kogin panel and then add kimono silk around it for making a larger bag.
You have had a good Labour holiday!

Janie said...

Cute little snacks, they look like toys.
I like the design on the brown wrapper.
And great embroidery/hand work, thanks for sharing Pamela.

Lin said...

Oh I love the bag - that lace is amazing! xx

Sheryl S. said...

Gorgeous bag, such vivid colours and I do like the pretty kogin work on your bag.

JudyC said...

This is an inspirational idea. Simply beautiful!

Leonore Winterer said...

Oh, they all seem to love their kogin alright, and rightly so! I need to try again soon.

Ann said...

Lingerie bags would be very useful. Thanks for the reminder.

Brigitte said...

These kogin patterns are so beautiful, and you can play around with variegated threads if your want to. Neat idea to make these lingerie bags.

Von said...

Lovely kogin projects, Pamela!