Monday, February 11, 2013

A "Sew-In" pouch

Another little Triple Zip pouch done and dusted! 
This one is a little bit different as I followed Hadleys lead and made it into a flat bottomed pouch by cutting the main fabric and lining slightly longer so that the corners could be boxed and the pouch will be able to stand up on its own.
I have filled this one with lots of sewing notions - it is surprising how much you can fit into these pouches!
Having the 3 pockets means that I should be able to find what I need quickly as long as I can remember which pocket I put them in that is. 
And I have all my essential supplies together to take to the next Sew-in.
A Quilter’s Table 
Kirsten.

16 comments:

  1. You've certainly got over your fear of zips! I love where you've put the Hera marker- perfect!

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  2. Very sweet! And yes, you've conquered zips and then some!

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  3. How cute! Love the blue, red and white color scheme! Those bags really do hold a lot!

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  4. That does look like a lovely roomie pouch.

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  5. yay. What a fun variation with the flat bottom! Very cute!

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  6. Hi Kirsten! I love your new pouch! Beautiful and surely practical! x Teje

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  7. that's fantastic! I love the boxy bottom!

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  8. I love it with the boxy bottom! Much more practical I think. Love the colours you've used too.

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  9. Yea Kirsten - it's gorgeous! Love the fabrics you have used.

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  10. You've definitely rocked the 3ZAL!

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  11. Fabulous! Love the change you made :)

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  12. Oh my goodness look what fits in there! That's amazing!

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  13. Love the fabrics. I think I need to make one of these

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