Back in August I was intending to make these little zippered pouches for a spring-themed sew-along. August, September, October all came and went, but they were finally finished off in November.
Last I heard November was still in Spring, so guess it still counts :)
Perfect stash-busting sewing. The fabric was from a Spotlight quilters-cotton jelly roll out of the stash. The orange ribbon was tied around the jelly roll. The zipper was from the zipper box, and the lime green lining was a remenent from a garage sale job-lot that has been in the stash for years.
Despite the length of time it took to reach the finished project stage, these were remarkably quick, easy and satisfying to make.
Do you like the pretty calendulas from the garden? So sweet in the little brass vase picked up at the same garage sale and recently polished up during a bout of spring cleaning fever.
Here they are - two little pouches for two not-so-little birthday girls, and only a month or two late for their birthdays.
And if you look closely you can see a freshly picked cucumber snuggled into the fruit bowl.
Spring sewing, spring gardening and spring cleaning all in one post :)