It's been a busy few days here in the sewing room and rather than show everything I've made in separate posts I'm going to do one long post to save me some time.
First off I made these tissue holders. It's the kind of project that when you start you can't just make one.
Then came another two wallets. The first one you may recognize the fabric. It was a piece left over from the blouse I made HERE.
This second one was fabric left over from a cot quilt I made ages ago which you can see HERE.
Then came a couple of patchwork pouches. I'd made a couple before and loved making them. This time rather than sew the squares individually I placed them on fusible interfacing ironed them and then sewed up the seams. Really quick. My friend Daryl also made one of these pouches but hers is huge in comparison and really pretty, you can see Daryl's HERE. There's also an adorable bunny pouch on that post with a link to the tutorial. So cute.
And about an hour ago I finished making these little zippy pouches or key fobs as I call them.
I made the tabs a little longer so I could flip my keys inside if I didn't want them dangling around. They're so much easier to find in my bag now.
These pouches are also handy for carrying change or a USB.
If you'd like to make any of these here are the links to the tutorials.
Patchwork Drawstring Pouches
Tiny Zippy Pouches ( key fobs )
~ Maria ~