Oh, I think these are just too sweet! I definitely will be making one for myself. I always say that when I get done making something, but never do. These lil cutie pouches are just the right size to hold a cell phone, iPod, change, credit cards, lip gloss, whatever! I also added on a loop with a key ring, handy to attach to a diaper bag or backpack or purse. How fun.
I finally decided it was okay to use the japanese fabric that I had gotten a long time ago. It doesn’t seem so bad now to cut into it and actually use it. Now I want more japanese fabric of course, go figure.
Yes, the jelly beans, nice touch, eh? We’ve been busy buying Jelly Bellies buy the pound lately. Thought it would be fun to throw them in. Anyway, I have another craft show coming up on Halloween. I’ve been busily making and making and making. More to do tonight though, it’s never enough!
If anyone’s interested in a tutorial on these I can get it posted pretty quick…
I’m really excited to show off this finished chair! I had fun recovering it with some of Amy Butler’s new Love collection. I ended up ripping some seams from the old cover to make sure I would have the proper fit. I just cut the pieces like they were a pattern.
The chair is pretty interesting, here’s some of the info on the underneath of the seat:
It also came with a handy tool (an allen wrench) secured by a loop, for when you need to take the chair apart. I needed to replace the foam padding as part of this project as well. Not sure if I used the right stuff, but it looks pretty good to me. The old padding was so gross! It had disinegrated into tiny crumbs of sand = not good for sitting.
It’s time to cast your for the Sew, Mama, Sew Scrap Buster Tutorial Contest! I entered my first tutorial and am very excited to see it on their site, what an honor. There are tons of awesome ideas for all sorts of projects. Click here to vote. And thanks to everyone for stopping by my tutorial, I hope to get my second tutorial up in the next few days….here’s a sneak peek: