A flat bottom pouch ...
This pouch has what I am calling "shabby ruffles" (not sure what they are really called?) sewn onto the front. They have some fray to them, but I zig zagged the edges so they will not fray very much (if at all) anymore.
Here is the inside, I used "Woodgrain" by Joel Dewberry from his Aviary 2 collection, it goes perfectly ...
Here is the back. The bottom of the bag is flat, so it stands up nicely.
This was actually the first pouch I made. It did not turn out as nicely as the one from above (in my opinion), but it is larger. For this one, I put finger pleating on the front. The pleating is made from the DS Quilts yellow fabric, and also woodgrain in yellow by Joel Dewberry.
Here is the back of the gray pouch, I just did some straight quilting lines in about the same spot the pleating is on the front. I ended up not liking the bulkiness of the layer of cotton batting in this one, and ended up using cotton duck cloth for the interlining in the blue and red pouch.
Here is the inside of the gray pouch, I used Martini Dot by Amy Butler. This bigger pouch has an interior pocket, the blue and red one does not.
And a quilt WIP, using the "Easy Bake" pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew. All of the fabrics are from the DS quilts collection except for the brown and yellow woodgrain. I cannot free motion quilt to save my life, so I am just quilting with "straight-ish lines" ... they are parallel, but somewhat wonky (intentionally of course!).
And, cannot let the selvages go to waste, so, I am making yet another mug rug ... I just can't stop making them!
What fabric collection (or yarn or floss or paper or anything for that matter!!) are you really into at the moment?
Hugs, Sara :)