Saturday, 4 February 2012

Fabric Purse Accessories (Give Away)

I love to browse the internet for interesting blogs and quilting or sewing tutorials. Some are still on the "want to do sometime" pile, while others make it through to actually being made. One of the things I wanted to do for some time was a zipper pouch. I've seen lots of tutorials and finally sat down to make one myself. And it was so much easier than I thought it would be! The tutorial I used is found here at The Crimson Owl Blog



I also made a card holder for business cards or credit cards and a little tissue pouch and guess what? I am giving this set away! Please leave a comment here and tell me what you use to keep organized to enter! - draw will be made on February 17! Draw is over! Thanks for entering!

--Ann

7 comments:

  1. Greetings Ann! Great tutorial & Wonderful fabric (being a musician etc.). I use three sizes of the "Snap Bags" in my purse. The small holds two rows of business cards nicely. The large is for makeup. The medium is handy to stuff receipts in when shopping.

    Great Blog....I need to work on mine!

    Karen (TessieTextile)

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  2. Oh! I would love to win! The little girl next door just started piano lessons! I would give these to her to start her musical journey! Who knows what goodies she would organize!

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  3. I made myself a purse with LOTS of pockets! lol The pouches do come in handy, though, when you don't want to take your big purse to the bathroom.

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  4. Cute fabric and fun items you made. I use anything handy to organize, including plastic lemonade containers for small stuff.
    Lovely blog.
    Carol
    MooseCarolQuilts.etsy.com

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  5. What a fabulous set! and such cute fabric :)
    so generous of you to make someone a winner of it!
    I love to use fabric baskets to organize bits and pieces in, functional and cute too!

    Lily
    Two Stray Cats

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  6. Contest is closed!
    Winner is Lily from Two Stray Cats! Congrats, Lily!
    http://www.magpiequilts.com/2012/02/and-winner-is.html

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