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Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases

I am forever grateful for the amazing women who test my patterns.  Without a doubt my patterns would not be their best without them helping me along the way. The Road Trip Case pattern was tested by an amazing group.

I’m hoping you’ll stop by each of their blogs and tell them how awesome they are, but I couldn’t resist sharing what they made here.

Noodlehead   Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases pattern

DeeDee | My Bricole | full post
Not only did DeeDee sew up a super awesome case for her paper piecing supplies, but she helped me out in a pinch.  Thank you DeeDee!

Noodlehead   Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases pattern
Noodlehead   Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases pattern

Krista always combines the most beautiful fabrics.  I was lucky that she was able to take time to test this pattern.  She made one case for her daughter’s rainbow loom and another for herself to hold her journal supplies. Love!

Noodlehead   Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases pattern
Kristin is just an all around amazing gal.  She even recruited her sister-in-law to help test, too.  They both gave me amazing feedback and made gorgeous cases!

Noodlehead   Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases pattern

Darci | flickr
Darci has tested almost all my patterns, she is always incredibly thorough and gives me great advice.  She made two cases for her children and they’re so sweet with those ladybugs!!!

And if that isn’t enough, I hopped around in the flickr group and spotted these lovelies! If you’d like I’d love it if you would add your pictures, too!

Noodlehead   Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases pattern

11 Responses to Road Trip Case Testers and YOUR road Trip Cases

  1. Darcy 02.13.2014 at 1:13 pm #

    These are all amazing and I love how “grown-up” and sophisticated they are – great work by all :-)

  2. Kelly O. 02.13.2014 at 4:14 pm #

    This is an absolutely terrific pattern– I’m cutting one out as I type this!

  3. Flying Blind... 02.13.2014 at 4:36 pm #

    They did you proud xxx

  4. DKB 02.13.2014 at 6:42 pm #

    Thanks, Anna. I love working with you and seeing what the other testers made. this pattern goes together easily and is a great stash buster.

  5. Katy Cameron 02.13.2014 at 6:50 pm #

    Great collection there, and good to see a whole variety of uses for it :o)

  6. marysza blogspot 02.14.2014 at 5:29 am #

    WOW! These cases are just amazing. It’s even hard to pick the favourite one but DeeDee’s case stole my heart. Just perfect colours!

  7. kristin 02.15.2014 at 2:10 am #

    Aw thanks so much for having me test, Anna! Always a pleasure to be a Noodlehead tester, and Em really loves her case! :)

  8. Franziska 02.16.2014 at 4:35 am #

    Another pattern from you I thought I could resist but now think I cannot. :) As always. But first the social tote.

  9. carolyn 02.16.2014 at 9:10 am #

    So great! I need to make one!

  10. Ms. Judy Irene Harney 03.06.2014 at 1:25 am #

    Hi… I would like to ask you a question regarding one of the pattern pieces… Its a cotton canvas piece and i am wondering where it ends up in the travel bag? Could you point its location out to me as I can’t seem to find it or visualize it.

    Thanks.. Judy

    PS> LOVing your Super Tote… making six this week! almost ready to make the road trip bag… 15 days till my month long road trip. Really would like to have it done before then.

    • Anna 03.06.2014 at 10:24 am #

      Hi Judy! The canvas isn’t visible in the project. It’s used as a stabilizer/interfacing. The first step in the instructions show how to layer the pieces. And wow, busy with the Super Totes! That’s great! :)

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