Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Sewing Party Projects


This past weekend I got together with a bunch of friends at the local library for a sewing/craft party.  We had coffee and snacks and all brought projects we wanted to work on and fabric we wanted to trade or give away.  One girl was teaching crochet techniques, another was hand sewing a doll, and several of us had our sewing machines and were finishing up half-started projects.

Here's what I accomplished that night; A little bunny wristlet and a few vintage fabric key chains.

I had cut most of the pieces for this little pouch years ago, but as with many projects, it got stuck in a drawer and forgotten.  I love this vintage children's fabric (its a 1940's Puritan Print called "Mail Time") and have used many of the cute little scenes before.  On this wristlet I used the bunny on the front and a strip with the bluebird on the back.

I also tried out some new key chain hardware.  This was just another way to use up tiny scraps of vintage fabric that I can't throw away.  I only needed about a 1.5 inch strip for these.

It was a fun and fairly productive evening.  I wish I would have remembered to take some pictures while I was there, but apparently I felt the need to defend my title as "World's Worst Blogger".  lol
Have a great week everyone!

5 comments:

Stephanie said...

Adorable bunny fabric and what a great way to use up your little scraps. I miss having a group of ladies to craft with. I get tired of my own company sometimes. :o)

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Thanks Stephanie!
I told the girls that I could use a night like that every couple of months. It forces me to stay focused and get things done. When I'm by myself I seem to get side tracked way too easy.

My Casa Bella said...

I love them!!!!! So sweet

Denise Medley said...

These are so cute! I love the mailman bunny!! Naturally....
:)

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Thanks Arlene!

Hi Denise! Thanks, yes, I can see why you like him. lol
Take care sweetie, I know you're in the path of the ice storm.

Kimberly :)