Monday, 7 April 2014

Not Apples!

I was supposed to make some fabric apples from this lovely range by Bonnie & Camille.



and then did something completely different!


Cutting out some strips of different sizes.


Stitching together as in Quilt as you go style.


Adding some bias binding.


Putting in a zip and ending up with this!




Funny how you buy fabric to make one thing and end up making another! By the way, there is still plenty to make another handy pouch and a few apples as well!



Now to find out where I stashed those little charms to hang on zips! What did you do on the weekend?




17 comments:

  1. Oh Heather what beautiful pouches Love the fabric you used Just gorgeous

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  2. Heather that is really sweet.

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  3. Wow Heather I love you new bag it is so cute in those fabrics,well done on a beautiful finish.xx

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  4. Love the bag! Good fabric choice too.

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  5. Gorgeous! Changing her mind IS a woman prerogative isn't it!
    Wonderful way to use some fantastic fabric! :)

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  6. that's gorgeous..... you make it look so easy peasy...
    Hugz

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  7. Hello Heather,

    Lovely fabrics, the little purse is stunning. Good luck with the apple making.

    Happy days.
    Bev.

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  8. I have been on a pouch making kick, so I love what you did with that amazing Bonnie and Camille fabric. Thank you for sharing!

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  9. Gorgeous fabrics and a lovely little pouch!

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  10. Just stunning!!!!
    So bright and cheerful.
    Barb :)

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  11. Gorgeous pouch there Heather - and those fabrics are gorgeous - good thing you have some left over for other projects - did you follow a pattern or just wing it? it's a great shape... Well Done, love it!!

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  12. Hi Heather, what perfect fabric for apples - or a little bag, as the case may be! Gorgeous little pouch pattern. Looking forward to seeing your apples too! Bonnie and Camille fabrics are always lovely x

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