It was super hard to stop tonight! I so seriously wanted to keep on going. I got quite a bit of the cutting finished tonight. There are quite a few fiddly little pieces and the fabric is sort of difficult to cut; it wants to move away from the scissors so the cutting goes very slowly.
Here's a sneak preview of the handbag I'm making for my daughter. The photos I'm taking of this fabric are pretty disappointing; my photos definitely do not do it justice.
Rhonda had a question about the "30/30" I'm using in the post titles. She wanted to know what the second 30 represented. The answer is that it represents 30 days. The project is to sew 30 minutes a day for 30 days and keep track of how much I accomplish.
Up tomorrow...I hope to finish the cutting, including the lining and interfacing. If there is time left, I'll start overcasting the edges of the pieces. This fabric ravels! Some of my pieces are cut with quarter inch seam allowances and I can see that disappearing during construction without overcasting.
ETA: I uploaded a new photo that shows the colors of the fabrics a little better. The fabrics are really lovely, I swear.