Six little pouches to sew | How About Orange

November 09, 2011

Six little pouches to sew

Make some cute little cases with these sewing tutorials:
Laminated bag by Linda Turner Griepentrog at Sew Timeless
Tissue cases from Very Purple Person
Snappy coin purse by Rashida Coleman-Hale at Sew Timeless
Pear coin purse from Craft Passion
Bunting cosmetic bag at Just Another Hangup
Zip it up pencil case from Craft Passion

A random comment. Why do fabric stores and sewing websites adore puns more than any other industry does? It seams sew peculiar. Though possibly eye doctors give them a run for their money.

30 comments:

Ine said...

Thank you for sharing!!!!
Ine

Grandma G said...

I guess fabrics are just punnier.

Cute pouches!

Mum

Marcia said...

Thanks for this post. I'm trying to figure out how to sew a pouch for months. The pattern of them are lovely too.

www.style-abuse.blogspot.com

Suzanne said...

What a surprise to come to one of my favorite blogs and find my bunting cosmetic bag featured! Thank you so much! - Suzanne

Jessica Jones said...

No, thank YOU for sharing it!

-Survivor or something like it said...

Love them all!

Joanne - Craft Passion said...

I am fabric fanatic, can't get enough for them though I already have plenty. Someone called me CRAZY... lol!!!
Thanks for featuring :)

lp said...

Sew true about the puns--aren't they annoying? (even I couldn't resist just one, though)

sheno monkey said...

great colour! great taste. woow. cool :O

Marissa @ Sea Flower Studios said...

Thanks for sharing! Definitely plan to try one of these and will be sharing it with my blog followers because I know they will love these tutorials as well!

Stacey said...

I just love those little bunting bags. So adorable.

Happy in red said...

These are great, thanks!
Esther.

Stacy's Designs 88 said...

Wow! I'm going to sew up a bunch of those super cute tissue holders to give as stocking stuffers. What a great way to make use of all those scrap pieces of fabric that I have way too many of...oodles.

Mercedes Conde said...

My sister also made a very pretty puch for you ladies to see. This is her blog and the post where you can see it: http://margaconde.blogspot.com/2011/09/todos-de-cabeza.html

ros said...

Hairdressers are the worst, surely?

http://www.flickr.com/groups/hairdressers/

Spark*Amy said...

Sew....the fabric store puns are needling you? :-) Lovely pouches! I might see some of those under our tree this year!

Deanna said...

Speaking of pouches to sew... I think you might have a soft spot for these beauties! http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2011/11/perfect-zip-bags-is-here-a-winner-and-a-big-pattern-sale.html

Glynis said...

lovely pouches...
but I think hairdressers and barbers are the worst for puns!

Susan said...

Orange you jealous, Jess, because there aren't a lot of good puns for designers? Come on, 'fess up!

Bek said...

So cute! Maybe if I get started now, I'll have one done for Christmas next year, haha!

That bunting one is just calling my name - well done, Suzanne! Adorable!

Jessica Jones said...

Okay, you got me, Susan. I'm trying to think what I can do with "vector" or "Pantone" or "encapsulated postscript file" but I'm coming up blank. It's not fair.

Hair salons, YES! Holy cow, you guys are right. That Flickr group is hilarious.

And Deanna, I have to admit those are kind of cool. Heh heh.

Kara said...

Hahaha! That second to last sentence is the best. :)

Nicole said...

No no. MAKEUP is the worst for puns. Especially nail polish haha

Ridgely's Radar said...

So cute! Thanks for sharing!

Taccolina said...

Hair dressers?
A cut above. The mane Attraction. Etc etc etc....
:-)

able mabel said...

Love all these little tutorials you share with us!

Johanna said...

I love the pear coin purse. I pinned it for future makery! Thank you!

Cyn said...

The ball is actually a truncated icosahedron or dodecahedron with rounded side tabs. Very cool and fun to make. Thanks for sharing it.

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