Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Pincushion Organiser/Scrap Bag

This is a little project I did over the bank holiday weekend. It's been on my to do list for a couple of years and I absolutely love it, especially as the colours go so well with my lounge too! The red isn't quite true in the photos - it's a nicer red in real life.

The pattern is free from the Sew Mama Sew website HERE. The instructions are brilliant - nice and easy to follow and with plenty of pictures. The fabric I've used is Wiscasset by Polly Minick & Lauri Simpson for Moda.




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39 comments:

Theresa said...

This is gorgeous!!!!!!

gracie said...

I love it...great job...

Barb said...

Nice pincushions. You are talented. I just found your blog and enjoyed it. I'm adding it to my blog roll so I can come back.

mariajose said...

Hi Carol, I really liked this set .. I did a similar one is very practical, congratulations on your work
a hug from MENORCA

angelasweby said...

Hello Carol,
I love the pretty and useful organizer you've stitched. It's beautifully finished and the fabric really is gorgeous.
Warm wishes Angela

Lisa V said...

Gorgeous finish, and I love the colours too.
LISA V

Nicole said...

Oh wow Carol!! It's beautiful! I love the fabric colors you chose!!

Lee said...

What a great organizer! Thanks for the link to its pattern. Yours turned out beautifully.

Vivi said...

It is lovely, thanks for the link

Blu said...

What a gorgeous organizer! The finishing is incredible and the fabric is just too delicious for words!

Nina said...

I always love our works, this one is fantastic, again :) Bravo!

Lynn B said...

Oooo Carol this is absolutley lovely, I have been meaning to make one of those myself but never got around to it, I think it is now on my to do list!

Elisa said...

Beautiful Carol, one of these is on my ever growing to do list too...lol xx

Charlene ♥ SC said...

Carol, that is beautifully done, and I love the fabrics you chose! Love, love it all!!

Ariane20 said...

A splendide work! It's so pretty. Congratulations!

Tatkis said...

Oh, Carol, it looks so beautiful and useful too! Great idea and finish!
Thank you for the link very much!

Best wishes,
Tatyana

MAMIEVETTE said...

C'est beau Carol ! Bravo ! Belle soirée, Mamievette.

CATHI said...

What a gorgeous work you did! Very beautiful! And thanks for the link, someday I will be sewing a similar piece, for sure! ;o)

Best wishes

Cathi

Dovilė said...

perfect work and love the colors:)

Julia said...

What a fabulous job Carol. I love the fabrics, and so neat too!

Julia x

Lennu said...

Oh it's such a beauty, what wonderful job you did with it!

Carol R said...

Beautiful work Carol!

Brigitte said...

Oh my, this is soooo great. Thanks for sharing the link for the instructions.

Rosy said...

That's wonderfull!
it is very usefully!
Thanks for your idea

Gráinne said...

You may not blog regularly but when you do it is well worth the wait!. What exquiste workmanship and such great attention to detail.
Looking forward to your next finish.

Sally said...

Oooh that is gorgeous Carol!

Michelle said...

Oh Carol - its lovely well done x

Karan said...

A lovely combination of pretty & practical. :0)

Daffycat said...

How wonderful, Carol! Your sewing is just gorgeous.

Maribel said...

Beautiful,I love the fabrics and see it as practical.

Rachel said...

Beautiful! The fabric is lovely!

Andrea said...

So pretty, love your colour choice.

cross stitch kits said...

wow this is beautiful, looks very professional :-)

Julie said...

Lovely and so useful!

ArchangelDecker said...

That is so, so pretty! I am so jealous of your talents! :)

Patty C. said...

LOVE it - I have this pattern but I have not made it yet - You are definitely motivating me !!!!

handmade said...

love you're pincushion-scrapbag... and you re blog !!

ann d du québec said...

tres joli.

Mary Joan said...

I just love the chair organiser. So handy and so neat and useful. I shall have to get organised and perhaps make one myself!!

Happy Stitching

Mary Joan
http://maryjoanstitching.blogspot.com/

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