A little night sewing doing a little experiment. Front zip pouch. Front- zip side: My first time sewing this, with full lining (no raw seams insides). Usually when sewing this type of pouches, I leave the inside with raw seams showing; either that or use bias tape or zig zag
Why FILO ? Filo as in filo pastry! Because, making this bag reminds me of this type of pastry. Layer by layer, and the end results is the puffs! There are 4 layers in the making of this lovely mix of elegance and cute handbag. Layer 1, the outside fabric.
Custom order from a friend 🙂 Aren’t the little green beans cute? Green beans are cotton canvas, soft and sturdy. Chick & lace are Japanese cotton. Kawaii and comfy. Double layer batting on each side of the pouch for extra protection.
I was inspired by this tutorial from A Spoonful Of Sugar… with improvised variations. Nevertheless I love her cute and very useful pouch idea; and I’ve been wanting to make a first aid kit for my home but haven’t really got to it until now. I wanted something quick to
A special request, for a special person. A almost 2 month old baby. Babies have such tiny heads! Only 14 inches circumference… And it’s made from this tutorial. THANK YOU Eddie’s Mommy for this tutorial! I added a pop button to clip up the duck tongue like this. I’m glad
Bubu is the nickname we call our turtle. He (well we don’t really know if it’s He or She… but lets assume it’s a He) walked into our house one day a couple of years back. Scout found him. Scout was hopping all around Bubu and we manage to “save”
So, my SMS giveaway is now closed. I will be announcing the 3 winners tomorrow. I’m glad it’s the weekends :-). It has been a very stressful week, mainly because I have so much work queue up at work PLUS I had to 7 attend interview enquiries!!! Next week, arrrgggg…
Before writing my post about Mother’s day gift, I’d like to mention that the SMS giveaway is still happening till 25th May. Please do come join my giveaway here. I am quite frustrated this morning because I realised many of my comments/entry for the SMS did not come out. I
i love my coffee! When I was in Holland I bought a packet of Douwe Egbert (red) grounded coffee. You can’t buy this brand in Malaysia. It was really good. Not too strong but not too light. I loved it. I cherished every sip, every drop of coffee that comes
Hello again! Earlier today I mentioned that I did some sewing last week. Here’s what I sewed. 2 large and fluffy pillows and a table cloth for my “outdoor space”. This is where I usually have my morning cuppa joe (if the weather’s not too warm). It faces my tiny