Pojagi Christmas Countdown – Rectangle Bag


Here’s another small pojagi bag – great for gifts or storing special things.  The finished size is about 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″, so it will hold larger things than the round bag.

This week in the studio


This week has been productive in the studio.  I finished another old UFO – the pinwheel feather quilt.

Doll Making – Finished Project


My doll-making class is finished, and the kids did a great job!  There were four girls in the class, but one forgot to bring her doll on the last week, so it’s not in the picture.

Pojagi Christmas Countdown – Star Ornament


This project is a great example of three-dimensional pojagi.  It only uses the basic pojagi seam, but with great impact.  To make this, you need handkerchief linen in three different colours and size 8 Perle cotton.

This week in the studio


This has been a busy week.  I coach my kids’ robotics team, and we had our regional tournament this week.  We won a couple awards and made it through to the provincial level of competition.  That has taken some time out of the studio, but not all. I’m working on this new design – a log cabin sampler.

I say “pojagi”, you say “bojagi”


If you do a Google search on the term “pojagi”, you will quickly come across the term “bojagi”.  What’s the difference?