My Sweetly Stitched Handmades Tiny Fabric Bin

Oh how I loved making this little box! It’s one of those sewing projects that provides a quick finish and instant gratification.  Just what I needed. This pattern came from Amy Sinibaldi’s (Nana Company) new book, Sweetly Stitched Handmades.  The box I made is part of the sew-along happening on IG. Check out the IG feeds of:  @sameliasmumand @ohhowsweetco  for information . Use hashtags #sweetlystitchedSAL   and/or  #sweetlystitchedhandmades  to see what everyone is up to. My box is sitting right next to my sewing tools {Read More}

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My Itty-Bitty Coin Pouch – Pattern By KOKKA

I’m calling it my summer shades coin pouch. When my coin pouch died a few weeks back I went into my online pattern files and Pinterest to get some ideas. Then I remembered bookmarking  this post by KOKKA.  A free downloadable pattern of the cutest little pouch. Just what I was looking for! This pattern is called “a round pouch”. Finished size measures approx. 10cm x 14cm x 8cm.  Perfect for bills and coins. The pattern which is typically called a *recipe* is {Read More}

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WIP Wednesday – A Tote, A Bitty Box & Applique ladies

Lots of projects going on here. Some small, some large, but all in the final stages. So here are some snapshots of what’s on my sewing table: A new month means a whole new set of blocks to work on in the 1718 Coverlet Sew-Along.  Last month was very challenging because of all the handstitched applique blocks. This month is similar to May but my level of confidence is much better (as is my technique—-which had no where to go but {Read More}

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My Hold Everything Case ~ Patterns by Annie

I FINALLY finished this little pretty over the weekend!  It’s the Hold Everything Case pattern from Patterns by Annie (the genius behind Soft & Stable).  This is the first pattern I’ve sewn of Annie’s,  and will not be my last!  This is a great little case. I purchased the paper pattern which included a nice sheet of images of the case, a list of materials and other suggestions as well as a directions sheet.  It is important to note that if {Read More}

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WIP Wednesday – The Little Engine That Could…

So I’m still running with my theory of several small projects going on at the same time is a good idea. And it is (at least for me). I am caught up on my Field Study Tote Sew-Along with Betz White. We are up to the handles which is Day 4, today on her blog.  These handles are easy to sew on and unique. I used a recycled heavy cotton webbing I got from a belt on discount at TJMaxx. {Read More}

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