Brightening Life with Creativity,
one day at a time...
Before I continue the tutorial, I want to say a big "HELLO" to all of the newest subscribers!
I hope you find something here to inspire you to be creative and that you will share my blog and site with your friends!
Now back to the needlework carrier!
If you missed the first part of the tutorial, you can catch up here.
If you're making your own version of the needlework carrier, it should look something like the picture on the left.
The "cover" of the carrier should be quilted and the bags should be sewn in with the wide ribbon sewn on top to cover the bag seam.
Now we will move on to the pockets.
My daughter has caught the hand embroidery bug! :)
After watching her struggle to carry all of her supplies in everything from a plastic shopping bag to a small tote, I remembered a project that a friend and I made years ago. I revamped it a bit and made one for her. Just in case you've caught the same bug, or know someone who has, I thought I would share it with you too!
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