It’s time to reveal the top 3 fan favourites of The Fussy Cutters Club Dilly Bag-a-Long. It was really close with only one vote separating most of the entries….
It’s the final day of the Dilly Bag-a-Long and I can’t believe we’ve made it this far in such a short period of time. There’s been some amazing Dilly Bags shared on Instagram (check out the #dillybagalong hashtag) and in The Fussy Cutters Club Facebook Group.
I finished my Dilly Bag just in time to get some photos of it in the sunshine (where did all that rain come from???) and I’m so happy with how it turned out….
Today marks the half way point in our Dilly Bag-a-Long. Can you believe it’s been 2 weeks already? (I have a theory that time speeds up the closer you get to Christmas and then slow downs as soon as you return to work in the new year.)
I’ve been slowly plugging away on making my version of the Dilly Bag and I’m loving it!
Today is the start of the Dilly Bag-a-Long and for the next four weeks myself and a group of super-duper bloggers will be helping you make your own version of the Judy Newman Dilly Bag.
It’s a great project for anyone looking to learn how to sew with hexagons. The bag is a big size and perfect for stashing your knitting project, kids toys while you’re on the go or using as an alternative to a handbag. (Or my personal favourite a massive treat bag… it holds A LOT of chocolate! Or, you know, so I’ve been told…)…
It’s time for another group project and this month, as part of The Fussy Cutters Club, I’m hosting the Dilly Bag-a-Long.
The #dillybagalong (that’s the hashtag for those of you that want to see more on instagram) will be using Judy Newman’s Dilly Bag Pattern (If you would like to purchase Judy Newman’s pattern for the Dilly Bag you can do so by clicking here.).
The Dilly Bag-a-Long will run from 22 September to 17 October.
I’ve got some fabulous bloggers on board to keep you motivated, encouraged and inspired. They’re also going to be sharing their tips, tricks and tutorials on how they approached making the Dilly Bag.