Friday, 8 November 2013

Can you ever have too many...

zipped pouches?  I don't think so!!  I've just finished making the cutest zipped pouch using a FREE online class from Craftsy.  The class is taught by Kristin Link who is the founder of the website Sew Mama Sew where you can find all kinds of crafty tutorials and information.  It is well worth a visit!


I made my pouch using the same fabrics as I used recently to recycle my notepad cover.  The exterior is a fabric designed by Lynette Anderson and the lining is a fabric by Sweetwater.  It is the perfect size to carry all my sewing bits and pieces.  If you want to make a different size of pouch, Kristin has given alternative measurements for a whole set of pouches on her website.


The Craftsy class is called 'Bag-making Basics: Reversible Tote and Zipper Pouch'.  It is fun and easy to understand.  There is also a follow-up class available FREE from Craftsy called 'Bag-making Basics: Drawstring Bag and Bucket Bag'.  This is also taught by Kristin Link who is very easy to listen to and whose instructions are very straight forward.


I think I may have to make a whole set of pouches!!

2 comments:

  1. There must come a time when you have enough pouches, surely! That time may well be a fair way off, I understand. This one does look very cute!

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    1. Thank you Janet!! I don't think I've reached the limit yet!!

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