Mother’s Day is Coming . . .

. . . And the first of my gifts is finished.

It’s a Buttercup Bag, made from a free pattern featured on one of my favorite blogs, Made By Rae.  It only uses two fat quarters and sews up fairly quickly, so check it out if you still need to throw something together for your mom, mother-in-law, Grandma, sister, friend, or yourself for Mother’s Day!

I’d love to hear about what YOU are doing for Mother’s Day. What are you giving, and what are you (hopefully) getting?  I’m making some gifts for my mother, mother-in-law, and step-mother-in-law that I’ll post here when I can, and I’ve strongly hinted to Mr. Chaos that I want some 30’s and 40’s reproduction prints (hear that, honey?  Now everyone who reads this knows you’re on the hook).  We’ll see how it goes. 😉


3 Responses to “Mother’s Day is Coming . . .”

  1. 1 Patchwork Queen May 3, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    Mothers day bag is good. I always ask for fabrics but dont get them….Mothers Day here was in March and I got a dvd from my son and my daughter made me lots of cards and bought me a cook book.

    • 2 everydaychaos May 6, 2010 at 2:42 pm

      Thanks for visiting my blog; I visited yours and I adore that squares quilt! It’s incredible!

  2. 3 Emily May 5, 2010 at 10:09 pm

    Your bag looks absolutely fabulous!

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