Saturday, September 4, 2010

Hexagon Holder Pouch

I've been working my paper pieced hexagons on my travels and decided that I needed something better to store it all in than the zip-lock bags that I've been using. So, while I was staying with my Gran I made a pouch to hold them all in.

I used some lovely japanese fabric and some matching silk for a bit of luxury. I added a closure of two buttons and some ribbon, a la Aneela's pouch

On the inside I have a few different sized smaller pockets to hold papers, fabric and basted hexes, two big pockets the size of the pouch to hold completed flowers or other bits, a pocket for my snippers, and some felt for storing pins and needles.

I've used it a couple of times so far and so far it's great! I just need to get some smaller rolls of thread, or try using thread on bobbins that I saw suggested somewhere (I can't remember where, sorry) so that I can store thread in there too.

1 comment:

  1. Perfect to pop in your bag for some on-the-go stitching!!


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