I usually say, I'm not a square person. I'm not attracted to squares. Especially large squares. I know it's like the classic of all classics but they seems a bit boring to me. I prefer triangles, hexagons, circles, diamonds anything but squares. Yes, medallion quilt count as square in my head, lol.
How come I'm making squares? It is all Melissa's fault! She posted her block of June Do Good Stitches with link to this tutorial and I'm lost.
I seen this technique before but never tried it. I was worried that the interfacing is going to stick to my iron once I iron those seams open. It does not. As I just wanted to try it out, I started with 3cm squares. Ehmm. The idea was front panel for pouch so that worked out but I don't think I want to repeat this experiment.
I cut the next set of squares 5cm which is pretty manageable size. Those worked as back and bottom part. I put the pouch together just like this scrappy one. The front and back were uneven pieces.
It is meant as gift for my girl's teacher. The school ends this Friday. There are two more ladies I would like to make a gift for. It is looking pretty fancy considering I used scraps. I picked the scraps based on the color of my zipper. Yeah. When I'm unsure which fabrics to use I pick the zipper first and go from there.
Number two and three are in progress as well.
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