The ramblings from a small quilt shop on the South Islands West Coast of New Zealand

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Short and Sweet

This will be short and sweet, I wanted to make sure that I got this latest project on my blog so that it could count towards this months OPAM tally.


The cross stitch design is from Little House Needleworks and to a degree was the idea of making a sewing wallet, but this sewing wallet  except for the cross stitching is all my design.  I think the fabrics I used (which I had in my stash) are from a Robyn Pandolph range.018

The outside cross stitched panel I have made into a pocket and on the inside added even more pockets plus a scissor sheath, pin cushion, needle case and thread loops.



See, I told you this was going to be short and sweet Winking smile

Have a fabulous day

hugs a name Miche'le


  1. Very adorable, I just love all of your work.

  2. Very pretty. I can see a class in the future in your shop. So practical too.

  3. What a beautiful needlework case! So lovely and useful!


  4. Lovely!! I love the cross stitch on the front and what you have done with it great idea.

  5. What a lovely little project, very sweet! But I guess that although it is little, there were still many hours indeed that went into making it.

  6. wow Michele this is very cute-well done. Love the cross stitch on the front.

  7. oh it's gorgeous.........I love did well..........where did you get the cross stitch.......

  8. What a wonderful finish!!!!!!! Awesome~~

  9. That is really, really beautiful! I love the colours. Congratulations on such a lovely finish.

  10. This is simply gorgeous, my friend.

    I don't know which I L-O-V-E more, this needle case or the x-stitched pincushion you made for me.

    Your stitching is stunning.


Thankyou so much for popping by and leaving a comment. I enjoy reading your thoughts and ideas and will get back to you if needed, hugs - Miche'le

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