Tuesday, March 11, 2014

There's a major late winter storm headed our way ...

so I ran out to the front porch and took a few pictures while I still had sunshine :D

Gong Gong wearing his blinged out tiara - very regal :)  This was my first attempt at a crown - I'm not too fond of the velcro closure, and will do elastic next time around.  Tutorial here -  IIRC she doesn't say what size this is or what age it's for, so I'll test drive it on my neighbour's 2 1/2 year old little girl :)  If it fits her she can have it, and I'll make more!

My first penguin pouch, pattern purchased on Etsy :)   This one measures 9.5" wide x 6.5" tall - it'll hold LOTS of goodies.  More of these to come - this was fun to do :D  The pattern designer - Lisa @ Stubbornly Crafty - is designing more patterns so "watch this space", lol!

A "use up the scraps of this owl print" tall pouch :D  Measures 9" wide by 10.5" tall x 3.5" deep :)

7 comments:

  1. I liked the in person show and tell! That penguin is adorable! Well done!

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  2. Aw, really cute projects. I really like the owl fabric :-)

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  3. That penguin purse is just ADORABLE!!! Headed off to look at the tiara tutorial... would be good for the dress up box.

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  4. More cute stitching there - I do like the penguin purse. Those bunnies have multiplied too.(previous posts)

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  5. that penguin pouch is fab, loving your animal pouches! Poor Gong gong, now all the other pandas think he's a bit camp... how's he going to get his masculine reputation back??

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  6. That little penguin pouch is so adorable! I'm planning to make some little bunny treat bags for the nephews and niece for Easter.

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  7. The penguin pouch is brilliant Sandra, must check out that Etsy store!

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