I was going to link up this post with Sew and Tell Friday over at Amy's, but it's not friday, so you can decide if I'm really early for next friday or late for last friday.
Anyhoo. . .
Some of you may have noticed that I haven't written much of anything lately. I've kinda been in a fog. My house is a mess, we've eaten lots of junk food and I sometimes find myself wishing for the day to end.
Usually I find solace when I can be creative. But even that has been hampered due to my limitations since the surgery. I did however make these.
They were super simple and I have made more than a dozen and have sold some and given some away. I wrote a pattern and made up over 60 kits to sell at one of our local quilt shops and was very pleased that all of the kits sold in less then a week. They did so well in fact that they sold my samples too.
For all you fabric aficionados I used Hometown by Sweetwater for Moda, the denim weight cotton for the exterior and regular for the lining.
And for all you who would like to make one . . .
cut 1 6" x 7 1/2" denim weight cotton for exterior
cut 1 6" x 7 1/2" for lining
cut 2 6" pieces of decorative trim
1. Lay fabric pieces right sides together and using 1/4" seam allowance stitch together short sides, remembering to back stitch at beginning and ending point.
2. Turn right sides out, then press.
3. Using matching thread, add decorative trim along sewn pressed edge.
4. Mark the center of long sides.
5. With lining face down, fold sewn edges toward center point, meeting in the middle.
6. With a 1/4" seam allowance stitch in place, remembering to backstitch and beginning and ending point.
7. Zig zag raw edges to finish.
8. Turn right side out, insert tissues.
This makes a great little gift for a mom, a grandmother, an aunt, a sister, a friend or anyone else you can think of who might like one.
If you don't sew and would like to have one e-mail me and we can work something out.
Have a God blessed day!