Sewing Project: Zippered Pouches

This weekend it was raining in Charleston, SC, and I took a vacation from my usual activities of photographing and drawing. Instead, I sewed some pouches. They are fun to make, and a good project to use fat quarters (a term used in quilting for square pieces of fabric measuring 50 centimeters along each side) or for left-over materials from previous sewing projects.

If interested, there is a free zippered pouch tutorial on squidoo.com for a similar pouch.

12 thoughts on “Sewing Project: Zippered Pouches

  1. Andelleya,
    I am going to be on Montague a lot this weekend as my daughter has a dance performance up at SOA. I was paging through your postings to find the gallery on Montague where your drawings are showing so I can look up their location and hours. I imagine this is the gallery on the little town strip of Park Circle? I wrote it down a few weeks ago, but I can’t seem to locate. Thanks!
    Marga

  2. To British eyes, andelieya, the use of ‘purse’ here is interesting, as in the UK a ‘purse’ is a smallish thing generally used by women to carry money in, while a larger thing with handles would generally be called a (hand)bag ;). Whatever, I particularly like the one above with the flowers on it :).

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