Saturday, 12 March 2011

A quick fix

There is such satisfaction in finishing a quick project. I made this little iPod case today.
It is from Janelle Wind's lovely book, 'Pieces of Me'. (There is a list of stockists of Janelle's patterns on the left sidebar of her blog).
I have used some precious scraps of Denyse Schmidt's 'Flea Market Fancy', a cobble stone print from 'Flights of Fancy' by Paula Prass, and an XLN Basics orange dot. Oh, and a very old, worn button, which I thought just sort of worked.
Now the only argument to be won is which of the three girls in the house this belongs to. I am betting on the oldest and most persuasive one - ha, that would be me!

28 comments:

  1. I've made the same pouch!
    Yours looks great, mine is in red and aqua.

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  2. This is just beautiful. The colors are fun and hip, but the button is the perfect touch of vintage. I love it and may have to make my own now!

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  3. so pretty! you should definitely keep it for yourself - you can always make more :-)

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  4. So cute! I love the colours!

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  5. Love the fabrics Ros. Save all arguments and just post it out to me...LOL!

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  6. Yes, I would keep that one too! I love it..beautiful colour combo and pattern. You're right..the worn button looks perfect.

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  7. Love it! That would be mine all the way. NO Question about it.

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  8. Gorgeous! The fabrics couldn't be more perfect! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. It looks beautiful- love your choice of fabrics!

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  10. So pretty! I love the color combination. And that particular print from FMF is one my very favorites!

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  11. Lovely! And the button suits it perfectly!

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  12. Ha! I think the 'oldest and most persuasive girl' deserves to keep her gorgeous creation! LOVE those fabrics!

    Vikki :-)

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  13. I am so wanting to get one of these....


    Love your work...

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  15. WOW your iphone pouch is absolutely stunning! I Adore the colours/fabrics you have used too. I agree, I think it has your name all over it! Love it xx Janelle

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  16. That is gorgeous! I adore thiose colours together and the tiny ruffle has me swooning!
    I hope you get to keep it.

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  17. Just beautiful....such fresh colours. So satisfying to finish those small projects.

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  18. It's absolutely darling! I'm a huge fan of quickie projects!!!

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  19. Oh I really do love your blog - I just have to scan all the prettiness you make and my heart goes a flutter! And all I want to do is run to my sewing machine and join in! Beautiful fabrics and lovely case - I need one for my phone.

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  20. Oh aren't they the cutest, I just made one for myself and my mum this week as we both needed new phones and went shopping together to get new smartphones.

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  21. This is such a cute little case. GREAT fabric choices. So adorable!

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  22. This is such a cute little case. GREAT fabric choices. So adorable!

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  23. that is just too cute! I love that. I'm working on an ipod cover myself. :)

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  24. I Adore the colours/fabrics you have used too. I agree, I think it has your name all over it! Love it.Thanks for sharing.

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  25. I love the fabrics you used! I wish I could sew! Such great creative ideas make me want to go out an buy a sewing machine!

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  26. This is so adorable! I couldn't find the pattern.. but I think I may just order her book. You are both so talented at sewing! Love ur blog! Saw your feature on u-create. <3

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    1. Just wanted to say, I stumbled on your pix at Flicker..your work is STUNNING!! design, stitchery, etc..gorgeous stuf! Inspiring..:>) Debbie

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