This card I made when I was learning to digitize, its not very good but it reminds me of my Indian Summer.
BQL March challenge calendar was to include a photo print fabric into a checkerboard quilt back. I wanted something to represent the bright colours of the tulips in Holland but the photo I had were mainly blues and I didn't have enough blue fabrics. My photo is of one of my first fabric postcards.
For this month's U3A craft class project we made these small patchwork coin purses. There were more of them but several went home with their designers. They had great fun making them. They are simply a strip of patchwork, layered, quilted, folded into three. You stitch up two of the sides to create the 'purse' the third forms the flap. I took along some left over jelly roll strips from which the ladies chose several strips to make their purses. The black triangle purse is only black on the flat, the rest of the purse is red.
I've been looking around for some more easy projects the ladies could do and came across Helen Birmingham's book "beaded flet jewellery". I thought I'd make some up first to see how easy they actually were to make.