I’ve written about I Think Sew before, and I plan to again, but I just wanted to point out that not only do they have really great patterns they also give many away for free. Right now there’s a pile of them just free for the taking. Like these pouches!
And this tote! Oh my weakness for totes . . .
The ones you can purchase are also really reasonably priced.
I plan on making this next for my Create Along, provided I can muscle up enough hexies that is!
Okie so here’s my cute little zip pocket pouch.
I’m proud of it for many reasons.
1. it’s made entirely of scraps from my ever growing pile.
2. it’s the 7th Keyka Lou pattern I’ve made (I have more of her PDFs, untouched)
3. did I mention I got to use some scraps
I love Michelle’s patterns. Not only are the designs really nice but the patterns are clear and simple to follow and I usually learn something new. She’s got great sewing tips on her blog and all sorts of little tricks to make finishing touches easy.
Please let me know if you played along, and I’m sure she’s appreciate if you added your photo to her Flickr group.
See Kate Sew is doing this great sweet scalloped tote sew along and so I figured I’d join in and let you know about it too. Plus it’s a free pattern and tutorial! She’s also following it up with a linky party so if you get yours done by the 15th you can even link up on her blog!
we didn’t have these last few budgeting envelopes to complete our set! Now it’s all good!
It’s taken a few months but I finally finished the last few pouches we needed. So now they’re all fun and matchy instead of that ugly little kraft envelope from the bank.
In other news I’m getting really good at lined pouches. I’m also back at work today after the summer off . . . making money to fill these pouches!
just a few.
It’s getting closer to my craft sale on Saturday and so I’m continuing my campaign of avoiding the work I *have* to do and choosing to do other things (still productive things but just messing with the priorities). With the help of my friend Tabatha, who managed to figure out how to make these cute little pouches with the hole on the inside, the slip stitching doesn’t show as much! Turns out I’m not very good at that step, despite Keyka Lou’s wonderful tips on how to do it. Instead I went on a mission to try and hide it on the inside.
I’ve also got some orders to fill from the weekend. Usually I like to create everything all weekend and ship on Monday but I was feeling a little under the weather over the weekend and the orders were steady so I’ve got a little ‘to do’ pile now!