Friday, November 23, 2012

Scrappy zippered pouch




Once set the oven in the right temperature and set the turkey in the oven I return back to the sewing room. The rest of side dishes were simple that could be done within an hour. It felt good that everything was under the control. S had her craft out and I was sewing..... 

Do you agree never too many zippered pouches? I used the scraps from {Mr. Rocky} and patched them together as one piece then quilted straight lines on 100% cotton batting.  I hope you are not tired of seeing scrappy patchwork. Sometimes, it is fun to just play without thinking the end of result.   We have been keeping ourselves at our cozy home as the temperature dropped down over night! Lots snow falling and the tea pot has been empty and refilled all day.

With S'  big help the scrappy quilt is basted! It will take either a great morning or afternoon to be quilted and bound! Another {w.i.p} project to be completed! It has been a great holiday break so far!

We'll see you at {weekending}


Link up with { crazymomquilts: finish it up Friday}
xxC


13 comments:

  1. I never get tired of seeing your patchwork! I've got to make one of those zippered pouches real soon, they are so cute. I like the teapot zipper pull. Hope your turkey turned out good!

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  2. I love making scrappy pouches like that too! Good luck getting the quilt finished!

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  3. Chase I would love to get a zipper like that. Any idea where in usa or online? Love the patchwork!! keep warm.

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  4. Absolutely adorable Chase! as usual! The zipper and zipper pull are to die for! xx

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  5. love your pouch, Chase. And your scrappy quilt is just amazing!!!!

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  6. Scrappy is the best, isn't it??? I love your pouch and your quilt!

    Thanks for linking up to finish it up Friday!

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  7. So cute!! Looking forward to seeing your quilt : )

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  8. Scrappy projects are the best. I'm looking forward to seeing your finished quilt.

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  9. Please keep sharing! I love your photos... You are doing great work!

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  10. Your scrappy zip pouch looks lovely....can't wait to see your finished quilt!
    Hope you both have a happy thanksgiving!

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  11. I agree you can never have too many pouches. I'm making one this morning for a kid present this afternoon. By the way I came across your blog this week from Pinterest and I LOVE IT. I think you are my new favourite! I'm going to make your big fabric basket tutorial this week and profile your tutorial on my blog.

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  12. It was this pouch you made that inspired my zippered pouch I made today (haven't posted on my blog yet). This was my first time making a fabric with patchwork and using it as a fabric panel to make something else. So thank you!

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  13. Don't worry! I can never see too many scrappy projects. Love it and it truly is so much fun putting the pieces together. Thanks for sharing!

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