Tale as old as tiiiiiiiiimeee

Finishing up my recent birthday sews are yet ANOTHER Zepplin pouch by Sew Sweetness, and I tried a new pattern by Noodlehead, called the Petal Pouch. I fussy cut the crap out of these to get the panels of the stained glass that I wanted as the front and backs. I’m super tickled with how they came out, mostly because I love the fabric, lol.

Zepplin Pouch, pattern by Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness


Petal Pouch, pattern by Noodlehead


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Fun pouches, and I love that fabric!

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Great topic title, and beautiful bags! Love the vivid colors.

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These are wonderful! The pattern placement is perfect and the colors of the zippers really sets things off.

Your bag making is so inspiring! I’ve always admired sew sweetness’ patterns but your makes are really tempting me to finally bite the bullets for one of her collections.

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Normally I don’t like Disney, but the fabric and the item itself are awesome!

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I love this! So sweet. The fabric is adorable and your sewing skills are MAD!

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Honestly, I can’t say enough about how wonderful her patterns are. And the Minikins bundles come with videos that are clear and concise, in case the printed word and pics doesn’t work for you. I’m SUPER visual, so while the written patterns are easy to follow, I love the video back up. She is releasing a new bundle sometime today as well that includes a pet carrier, and kind of a swanky tool bag! Love love love love her patterns. <3

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That pouch looks great. I’ve used that same fabric before to make a messenger bag. its so eye catching!

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That fabric is fantastic! And, I think the fussy cutting was defintely worth it. Your sewing is so neatly done, too!

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Fabulous work!

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Beautiful. Your fussy cutting is on point. They came out fantastically.

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