Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Pouches


Sometimes when I see tutorial I have to try it right away. That is what happend with those two pouches. You can find it here. It is called single scoop zipper bag.


This one was a trial. I simple quilted few lines. Matching thread so look at the brown ones :)


I used some leather scraps as embelishment for the second one.


Plus these little flowers I made while ago. They suppose to be poppy seeds.


I have also finish the pouch with green accent. This is probably my fav type.


Made out of one piece which creates no seam at the bottom.


Zipper installed as open wide. Find the tut here. Some dots always sneak in.


This time I just tucked the end of zipper to the side to create small loop. It might not be visible but I quilted the green part with green thread. Great project for little scraps. I want to do some more color options as I have plenty of scraps.

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9 comments:

  1. Love the last one too but then I do love green! Thanks for joining up with us at #scraptastictuesday

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  2. I have lot of scraps and everytime I see what you can do with them I think that's a clever way to use up fabric! Very sweet and useful pouches!

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  3. I love quick little project just like these! I pinned your tutorial! Hopefully I can drop everything and make one!

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  4. interesting little projects - really unique. I'm glad you took a close up shot of those little flowers, they're really cool

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  5. These are gorgeous, Vera.
    I want to make some of these! Yours are just beautiful and each of them unique!!!
    Love you, quilty girl!
    Rosemary

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  6. These looks fabulous! I'm saving the link to your post in hopes of making one for myself too! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Love your dense quilting and the parallelogram on this one!

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