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Thursday, 14 May 2015

My Patchwork Pouch



This post follows on from the previous one.
This is the zippered pouch I made for myself.

The patchwork is a little more uniform this time as I used
mainly squares & rectangles of fabrics.


The patterned fabric was from a bag of Cath Kidston scraps.
 I didn't have enough floral pieces to
complete the rectangle so included a couple of 'odd' pieces
- football players and part of a bird -
I put them at the bottom so they wouldn't show on the 
finished pouch.


This is the back of the pouch.


I had another go at some cotton reels - and attempted
some scissors.
 

Another rubber stamped mannequin on some linen
and freehand stitched fabric over the top.

The box corners give it a flat bottom and enable the 
pouch to stay upright.

I lined it with some co-ordinating fabric.

I'm all pouched out now!
Thanks for looking :)

8 comments:

Deborah said...

Your free machining is brilliant, Sherry - and works so well with the retro Cath Kidson fabrics. Brill!

Twiglet said...

I love this! Great idea to use your stamps to create little items to collage. x Jo

Meggymay said...

Wow, Sherry, gorgeous patch work projects, great machining. Your friend will love her gift.
Yvonne xx

Jackie said...

I have great admiration for anyone who can sew well. Unfortunately, school put me well and truly off it!
It's fabulous! Jx

JansArtyJunk said...

Absolutely gorgeous Sherry... I'm a big fan of Cath Kidston patterns/fabrics...so adore this little creation...and your free stitching is beautiful ....and how sweet are those little buttons on the sewing machine!! too cute!! Love it!! x

Mrs A. said...

Another fab bit of patchwork. Been doing some myself. I joined a patchwork blog challenge and swap one 12inch block a month. Your partner sets the colour them and you choose the materials and the block pattern. Totally fed up with my Internet now as I have lost my Email connection on my iPad so haven't a lye go is talking to me if anyone at all. Having to keep checking on blogger comments page. Hugs Mrs A.

Healing Woman said...

It's so cute and useful and of course fantastic. Love the way you play/create with so many things Sherry.

reclaimed wood dining table uk said...

That's gorgeous! I love your patch work projects. Thanks for sharing!