Sewing Project: Needle Book

I didn’t get to bed until almost one o’clock in the morning, because this idea of a needle book kept spinning in my mind. My mother had one, and I loved it. It’s a very functional and handy thing for sewers. I just had to try making one. I looked through my supplies and found some felt pieces, beads, and embroidery floss. That’s all that was needed. Here is the result:

24 thoughts on “Sewing Project: Needle Book

  1. What a lovely idea – a knitting book. I must make one too. It’s such a good way to keep needles organized in a pretty package. Thank you for following my blog. I’ll visit yours often.

  2. What a great way to keep needles handy. I’d like to make one too. Thanks for following my blog. I’ll visit yours often.

  3. How neat is your blanket stitch 🙂
    I have a needle book made by MIL which is so handy but not quite so pretty as yours andelieya

  4. So charming, and what a pretty, upbeat design – I love that you put this together with what was on hand, and it’s especially fun for me to see because I inherited one from my mother after she died – or shall I say, I made sure I brought it home! Whenever I use it, it brings a smile. I don’t know if you have kids (yet?) but be sure to save things like this for them! My mother made hers from felt too, with needlepoint – I just have to show it to you – so go to my Flickr page, where I’ve uploaded phone pics I just took of it –

    1. Thank you, Michelle! I am not a good seamstress, but I was lucky enough to learn some basic sewing skills in school. 🙂 However, we can explore sewing or anything else at any time in our lives. It’s so nice to always learn new things that interest us. It spices up life.

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