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Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Sew 'n' sew!


Just a mini blog post from me today. A bit of a contrast from my dark and inky Halloween project last week. I had a busy sewing few days.  Guess what family and friends will be getting this Christmas LOL! I made a cosmetic pouch and a couple of jewellery pouches (or maybe somewhere to store hankies! Needed one of those Sunday night, poor Lady Sybil!!!) Some more sewing today to finish off a project, then I need to get inky and messy again as I have a few pieces to make.


Happy Crafting xxx

24 comments:

Deborah said...

I'm in awe of your sewing skills, Paula. No doubt your Christmas presents will be much appreciated - and used.

Mrs.B said...

Three gorgeous pouches Paula, someone is going to be lucky this Christmas.
Avril

Astrid Maclean said...

OMG, all three of these are amazing! You are a real seamstress. I think the top one is probably my favourite but I adore the fabric of the other ones, is that fabric you bought like that or did you stamp it? It looks amazing!!

Fliss said...

These are all absolutely stunning Paula and I'm sighing as I really wish I could sew that well!
Some very lucky ladies this Christmas for sure!
Hugs, Fliss xx

Elly said...

OMG....can i place an order? (:o)

Katie K said...

Paula,
These are just gorgeous, especially the top one. Love all your creations.
Hugs,
Katie

Netty said...

OMG these are all totally fabulous Paula, xx

Silvia(Barnie) said...

I'm missing words again, these are fantastic pieces. You are my queen of sewing things.

Daniele said...

fabbie bags Paula, just loving the top one lovely image
hugs

Meggymay said...

Gorgeous bags, they will be treasured by the lucky folk who get them for Christmas.
Yvonne x

Lucy Edmondson said...

Gorgeous! Lucky family - I will send you the adoption papers!

Lucy x

Samantha Read said...

Truly amazing Paula, adore the envelopes!!! Big hugs from Poppy and me xxx

florenceandfreddie said...

Gorgeous projects Paula. What a talented lady you are.
Regards Florence x

Margie said...

These are just gorgeous Paula - I envy the lucky recipients and while there is no way I would be able to make one in material, I think I'm going to have a go with card and paper. The top one looks the best shape for that and with a little pleat at the bottom, I think it would hold a nice little gift of jewellery. Thanks for the inspiration.

scrappymo! said...

Gorgeous! Wonderful pouches...fab sewing skills!

Brenda Brown said...

Your sewing pieces are just so special Paula, I just love these purses/bags.
hugs {brenda} xox

Valerie said...

How lucky are your friends and family to receive one of these gorgeous creations Paula? I'd be happy to be adopted:)
Val x

Paula Whittaker said...

Oh how I wish I could make such beautiful items...they look amazingly professional/extremely well finished.

hazel said...

Stunning!!!
xxx Hazel.

lynne said...

I know, I did not know that Sybil would be no more! Like yourself, eagerly await my Sunday night viewing.
Anyway, moving on. Time after time you create the most incredible sewing projects. Have I told you that I am in awe of your talents?!!! WOW
Wishes
Lynne
P.S. We are drawn to the same images as that female is one I've used with FKP postcard backgrounds to make cards/tags.

Dorthe said...

OH they are fantastic,-and what an amazingly wonderful fabric, with the postage stamps and script....your little bags are just wonderful,dear.
Hugs,Dorthe

Maria said...

Wow Paula, your sewn projects just keep getting better and better, lol. These are stunning. I've also spied the next one along, and am off for a closer look :-).

Maria xxxxx

Terry said...

Paula, your pouches are absolutely gorgeous! What wonderful and thoughtful gifts to give at Christmas. Love that flower!! Enjoy!

Shirl said...

Never ever tire of your work Paula you always bring a smile to my face when I look at your beautiful work.

Hugs Shirley x x