My daughter stole one of them for her hand sewing items. (so proud!) She's only 8. She does hand embroidery that is a bit unstructured at the moment but very cute. I have taught her how to knot and thread her needle but nothing else really. I figured that could wait until she gets used to the needle a bit more. Right now she uses a variation of the running stitch.
This pouch was my favorite. I got this fabric at my LQS in a fat quarter. I am not sure of the line but I love it. I am going to see if they have anymore when I go back this Saturday. I am pretty sure I can get at least three of these bags out of 2 fat quarters. One for the lining and one for the outside.
I use it to store my Hexi's!
Linking up to Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it up Friday.
Very cute! I also had a small project finish this week!ReplyDelete
This is soooo pretty. A gorgeous finish :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I want to make one of those right.this.minute! So cute!ReplyDelete
I have seen lots of these pouches on the web, but usually pass them by. THEN I saw you were storing your Hexies in it. I really need a travel pouch for my portable projects, thanks for some inspiration. Great to see your finish.ReplyDelete
What is great about this pouch is the location of the zipper. I can set it on my desk or lap and leave it open and nothing falls out. It also makes it easier to find things in there.Delete
What a great idea for zipper placement!! I NEED one (maybe 20!) of these, for sure. Thanks for sharing. =DReplyDelete
Very cute project. this looks like a great end of year teacher gift too :-)ReplyDelete
what a nice place to store your hexies!ReplyDelete