Happy Easter everyone. All two of you. 🙂 Love you, Mom. Haha. My audience may be small right now, but I have faith…
Anyway…it’s been a busy weekend quilting-wise and that means it’s been a GREAT weekend.
I decided last-minute-like to make my daughter a little Easter gift so this morning before she woke up, I whipped up this little gem.
If you need a quick gift, you really can’t beat a nice zipper pouch. They are so easy to make and can be customized to the recipient.
Step One The hardest part is picking out your fabrics, but that’s also the funnest part. (I know that’s not proper English, by the way, but proper English can be so tedious.) Aren’t these kitties the cutest things ever? That fabric is by Cotton Kobayashi. The black lining fabric is Ink and Arrow’s pixie dots.
Step Two Quilt as desired.
Step Three Add a binding to the top.
Step Four Add your zipper. Yeah, I could use some practice on that part.
Step Five Sew around the sides and bottom. Ta da. I like to add a little ribbon tab too. Makes it easy to grab and go. And it’s cute.
Those instructions aren’t exactly detailed, but let’s face it…there are loads of zipper pouch tutorials out there and I’m not in the mood to reinvent the wheel tonight. Sorry gang.
I also made a pillow…
And made great strides in quilting Found Treasure. But I’ll tell you all about those things next time. Have a lovely week!