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fabric pouch project

Hello!  I took a break from paper crafting to sew up some cute pouches for my daughter's friends.  It had been such a long time since I sewed that I had to look up the tutorial I always turn to when sewing these zippered pouches.  You can find the tutorial HERE.

I made 6 pouches using different fabrics and fun colored zippers that I already had in my stash.  I had the batting also.  So now hubby thinks I have way too much stuff.  And it also helped having a zipper foot and a walking foot to sew.  Such good investments to my sewing hobby.  So glad I didn't have to order anything last minute during the busy Christmas season.

This was the first pouch I made using a cute Tsum fabric from Japan.  Love these fabrics from Japan.  The quality of the material is really good.

Here is another Tsum pouch.  Love the print on here too but this one is not from Japan and the material is a bit on the thinner side.

Then I made a mochi panda one (from Japan).  Mochi panda is adorable right?  And the print is really funny.  Below that is a kawaii style Avengers fabric. 

These were the last two I made, Pokemon and Sanrio.  The purple Sanrio is so cute with the different characters, probably one of my favorites.  My daughter's friends all have different likes.  They are all girls but they like Pokemon and Avengers too! 

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Lynn said…
You are a good mom. Those pouches are adorable and I'm sure they made your daughter's friends exceedingly happy.
Cheryl said…
CUTE! So nice that all her friends have (sort of) matching bags!

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