[Fabric: Lecien Sweet Broderie by Rosalie Quinlan]
I had a fun sewing day yesterday after being terribly sick for three days. A girl knows she is really sick when she feels too horrible to sew : ) I missed the last (most likely) couple days of glorious weather in Seattle, but I am thankful to have a wonderful hubs who took care of the kids most of the time I was feeling bad!
[Fabric ~ Border - Sweet Broderie by Rosalie Quinlan for Lecien, Center - Vintage Scrap]
Inspired by the wonderful Strawberry Pincushion Swap hosted by Erin, I made these fun pouches from a pattern I designed for Stitch Gifts 2012. It is an easy fun project and makes a perfect gift. Not to freak you out, but Christmas is just under 3 months away!
[Fabrics ~ Border-Lecien "Broderie" by Rosalie Quinlan, Center fabric Atsuko Matsuyama]
This pouch has the addition of a "Fruits" patch and little flower with embroidery.
I found the zipper pulls at my local bead shop. I used split jump rings to attach them to the zipper.
I also found these cute enamelled apple charms - I think an apple pouch is in my future : )