Two continued with finishing the crazy quilt bags and the rest of us worked on kogin. For the kogin they had to choose which pattern and what color thread. For this first kogin project, they are using #5 perle cotton because it behaves better than the kogin thread.
The first line of kogin must be counted correctly and the other rows follow. I told them the first row might seem difficult but it would be easy after that. It took over an hour to count out the first row and I was afraid they would want to give up. After that first row, they found out I was right!
Another finished crazy quilt bag - this one round, with a drawstring.
Two more kogin starts.
Here is a kogin toolie set (needlebook and fob) I am working on.
Leonore who blogs at Needle, Pen & Sword is joining us remotely. She stitched this with ecru thread and wants to try it again with white because the ecru didn't show up well on this fabric.