They are gorgeous Janine!That material is really pretty!HugsNicola
What fun! Love the print. I have a question - you talk about the fusible webbing stuff - how do you do that. I am needing a little pouch to carry my diabetic pen and needle in to throw in my purse. I am a novice sewer, quilter, needleworker, etc. so I have some knowledge. I was thinking just regular material was too thin as I wanted a bit more sturdiness. Never really thought about the lining stuff. I am not even sure my mom's sewing machine still works to put in a zipper. Guess I could use velcro or a snap etc. In otherwords, I had not even really thought about this whole project until I saw yours. Talk about a DUH moment! Chris R. from Iowackrobinson01@hotmail.com
You are SO GOOD at these little projects! LOVE these ... as will the ladies who they are going to!!
I'll second that comment! What a lovely gift.As a quilter-mixed media fibre artist living in London, can you share the name & location of a new store find? Always looking for new comfort stores. Deb
It looks gorgeous! Love this fabric you chose!
Very elegant looking.
you are such a sweetie Janine. thank you so much, I LOVE my new pouch, and YOU. Chris.
These turned out fabulously, Janine!!
I'm playing catch-up AGAIN! How do I get so behind?! I just love these pouches. The print is really gorgeous and what a great gift!
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