Sunday, February 15, 2015

Q1 - Envelope organizer


First project from my FAL Q1 list is finished (1/7). When I'm looking at he pictures I think I should have used B&W binding instead. As I didn't measure so well the background fabric is not very visible.


Anyway I like this B&W combo and with all these dots I used it fits perfectly for this month Le Challenge theme. The reason why I used white binding is because it fits well on the wall.


The back is plain white. I only quilted one way.


I have also quilted around each envelope. Plus I top stitched the top edge of the pocket which you can not see on my crappy pics.



I almost forgot I made it my February goal of ALYoF as well.

Linking up with:

2015 FAL at On the Windy Side Le Challenge My ButtonSew Fresh Quilts

23 comments:

  1. Cute!! You are always so creative! I like the white binding a lot, and especially when I saw it with the others.

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  2. The white binding does tie it together with the other items on your wall. :)

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  3. I think the white binding works well. Super cute idea!!!

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  4. Oh, I love how it looks in its new home. Perfect! Also, what a cool idea to have hanging pouches for organizing your goodies. :-)

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  5. Because I am a curious soul would you be so kind as to tell what lies within the pouches hanging on the curtain rod? I like the blocks but do agree they would have been better served with a darker binding.

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  6. What a cool and creative idea!!! The white binding works well when it's hanging on the wall with the others.

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  7. This is so cute and sophisticated! Love it. Do you use those hanging bags for your scraps?

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  8. Vera, this turned out perfectly for the space it was intended! I agree with the others - the white binding is perfect :)

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  9. Hi, so this month you got a two for one! I think it is great and your right it looks awesome with your other minis!

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  10. I think you were right to choose the white binding so it fits in with its friends on the wall. B&W binding would have looked nice but made it look out of place.

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  11. great use of dots! Love how organised your sewing place is, are all these pouches for sewing notions? so clever! Thanks for participating in Le challenge.

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  12. brilliant - and useful as well. The dots are the perfect design for this. Well done. x

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  13. The white binding definitely fits well on your wall - nice job!

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  14. Love these envelopes in the B & W dots! It is very graphic and sharp!!
    Susie

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  15. Cute. I didn't notice the white binding until you pointed it out. It looks great up on your wall.

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  16. The envelope mini looks fabulous in the line up on your wall, Aylin. I like it with the white binding and it helps it fit in with those other cool wall hangings. What a gorgeous group to inspire you while you work!

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  17. Hey Vera, looking great! I just love your fabrics. Really nice!

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  18. It fits perfectly with the other minis!
    Love you zippy pouch rainbow over your table!
    Esther
    esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

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  19. Definitely have to make something similar to organise myself - looks great on your wall. Perfect with all the other handmade goodies!

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  20. such a great make, and it looks great hanging up on your wall of greatness :-)

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  21. looks great on your wall. Something to reminde. Thanks for showing

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  22. I love that scrappy quilt in the middle above your machine. I saw a handbag the other day that was designed like an envelope. Envelopes must be in at the moment!

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  23. Your wall is looking so good, this organizer is a great addition.

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