Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Another pocket tissue cover

As I was going through my scrap fabric bin (yup, I was rummaging through the brown shades), I came across some smaller pieces of scraps and remembering how little fabric it takes to make pocket tissue cases, I decided to give them a go.
This is the first time I've made them in patches, and I've also added some lace and ribbons on the edges. I used some decorative stiches on them. These pocket tissue cases are lined (and no, the lining are not patched *grin*)

They are very easy superfast to make - I spent more time choosing and matching the fabrics than the actual sewing. You can find tutorials on how to make these here and here.Pin It

8 comments:

Aisyah Helga said...

Nice! Wished I could sew...I love the decorative stitches you used.

a.n.i.Q.u.e said...

Simple but rock !

MyBotanG said...

Aisyah Helga - You could always start with a simple hand stitch project. I love playing around with the different deco stitches :D

aniQue - can you see the 'cacat' attempt at free stitching?? but what the heck right.. it's ART :D keh keh keh

lia said...

wow!!kemasnya jahitan tgn tu..dan gabungan fabrik yang cantik!

MyBotanG said...

lia dear - decorative stitch tu bukan jahit tangan la.. :D

lia said...

oo..yeke?hehe..(*^_^*)

littlenailofar said...

akak, ni link utk kain ballerina tu http://www.etsy.com/listing/37240332/kawaii-ballerina-patchwork-japanese

srar said...

cantik!~rasa cm nak p cari kain dan buat sekarg jugak..8)

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