So last night I decided to take a break and sew something off-the-cuff. My life is currently full of deadlines (“oh shut up,” you say), so I decided to spend the evening in my sewing room with the maturity of a child – I splayed my Tula Pink and Echino fabrics around the room, I left my interfacing as-is after I cut out what I needed, and I left my scissors, marker, and scraps on the ground. Basically I did not clean up after myself, and it felt good. Darn good.
So, this pouch is for my English paper piecing supplies for Katy Jones’s class at Sewing Summit. I saw she had suggested a couple sizes for pouches on Twitter, one being a 13″ x 10″ pouch, which is what I ended up making. I originally wanted to make a Tula Pink Dresden plate, but then I thought…that is going to take me hours, and I need something really quick that I can finish before I go to bed (because I decided to start at 11 o’clock at night, how fun).
This post is part of the Sewing Back-to-School series, 30 days of helpful sewing articles by guest bloggers. Feel free to check out the original Sewing Back-to-School post for schedule and previous posts!