These are a couple of the other projects I completed.
The Dotty Zip Bag was intentionally pieced with uneven scraps. I was trying to get out of my symmetrical comfort zone. This project definitely had my nerves workin' overtime! While I love how the zip bag turned out, the OCD in me REALLY wanted to straighten everything.
I adore this pattern! It's from Flossie Teacakes, and it's the best tutorial & pattern I've found. So easy, even LittleGirl has sewn one. (Note to self: Take snaps of LG's sewing projects to share on blog!)
I quilted in wavy lines & used a metal zipper for this bag. It was gifted to Cutie, my niece, for her 11th birthday. She had requested make-up from her family, and we thought a bag to hold all her accouterments would be ideal.
|This glasses case isn't that wonky IRL.|
I obviously didn't press well before taking photos.
The Dual Glasses Case was gifted to GreekC. Remember her special Mug Rug? This is from the same fabric. While intended to carry both eyeglasses and sunglasses, GreekC has made it her own & carries her phone in it. I love that!
The green button is from my faithful Button Jar. It's vintage from the late 40s or early 50s. It was too perfect a match not to use. Do you use vintage buttons in your sewing? If not, I highly encourage you give it a go!
What are you creating today?