I've been bad. I did not go vegetarian once this week. Yesterday to "punish" myself further, I ate potato chips. I felt guilty thru'out so I believe I'm punished enough. I'm avoiding wearing any of my older(tighter) clothes as I want to defer finding out if I've put on weight. Next week I'm going to be good. I will have at least one vegetarian meal a day instead of making the whole day a vegetarian day. That way I won't feel so deprived. The mind can be so powerfully stubborn.
Next weekend I'll be back at Vivocity to sell my bags. (More details here) A quick glance at my stock tells me I haven't been productive enough. Only one more sewing week left. If you are eagerly awaiting my next ePattern, I'm ashamed to say it's all on paper. Nothing has been transferred to the software yet.
Today I discovered that the bag of 50 pieces of swivel clasps that I bought in December has been used up save for one. I'm amazed I've made so many wristlets in such a short period of time. In December I tried to buy 100 pieces of the swivel clasps but there weren't enough in the shop. Clearly this is a hot item but for some reason, the shop owners just refuse to stock more. Perplexing! So until I make another trip to the shop and I'm hoping they have new stock, I won't be able to make any more wristlets.
Here are a few zip pouches I've completed. The first 3 big ones I don't make often.
Can you tell the tree trunks are felt? What? You couldn't tell they're trees?
This one's aimed at those looking to buy a Valentine's gift.
Back to my favourite theme - flower-flower. And the stems are chain stitches.
I know the handle is a little weird for the butterfly pouch. I wanted to use the baby blue drill remnants. The handle is detachable so it's optional.
I've finally completed all my rabbits zip pouches. I embroidered 3 more. Unfortunately I got so carried away with the embroidery that I forgot to keep an eye on the amount of linen I had. So four of these pouches were in a bit of a fix as I ran out of linen.
For these 3 zip pouches, for the back I pieced remnants together. Good save, I think.
But for this zip pouch, I ran out of options. So I used another linen for the back and tried to "save" it with the fabric tab and handle. Kind of wanted to make it look deliberate and not out of desperation.
After a while, all the rabbit zip pouches start to look the same to me.
I made a "houses" zip pouch too. I think the trees killed it.
Linking to these parties:
Young and crafty
Family Ever After
Blue Bird Sews
So very creative
The gunny sack
Get outta my head please
Ninth street notions
and a few others later on......
Fear of light coloured fabric - drawstring pouch
2 months ago