Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Pouches on a Tuesday

There is so much going on, and I have so much to share!  But, getting my thoughts and pictures together in a post has been quite a challenge.  Any how, I have gotten these pouches done.  I used Randi's tutorial to make them.  It was a great tute!  You may notice the pouch on the left is bigger.  I made these for a gift, and wanted to use all that I had on hand.  Yup, that great Amy Butler print was a bolt end just lying around waiting its turn.  Perfect girly, but not pink fabric for a very special niece.  Just happened to find the perfect pale yellow contrast in my scrap bin.  Already had the zippers too!  

You know me, pulling out a little fancy stitch for the "quilting".

These are a great way to use up that batting left over after you trim a quilt.  Sorry, I forgot to take pictures of the interior.  It is just solid gray.  You guessed it...already had it...it was scrap.

Anyhow, maybe she will now remember her toothbrush and charging cords when she comes to spend the night!

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  1. Love that fancy stitching on those cute pouches!

  2. Great pouches!!! Love that Amy Butler fabric and the fact that all came from your stash. Beautiful stitching too!

  3. I found you on Frabric Tuesday. Great job. Never thought to use the fancy stitches this way. Super idea.


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