Sunday, August 31, 2014

Tiny needle cases

I travel to work by train and more often than not I spend the commute tacking EPP hexagons or doing other bits of hand sewing. I have lost countless needles on the floor or inbetween the seats on the train and the other passengers tend not to appreciate me rummaging around trying to find them, so I always carry a couple of spares. This week I whipped up a tiny needle case to keep my spares in, using this long hoarded froggy picnic fabric from Heather Ross.

My friend Shah asked me to make her one too, this time for carrying spare pins for her headscarf.  I used pandas and pins fabric:

She has also commissioned me to make another for her niece. Here it is:

Happy sewing

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