One can never have too many pin cushions. Here’s a cute Pin Blossom Pin Cushion, from Quiltmaker. A great way to use up some left-over scraps.
Here’s a very cute Zippered Coin Purse. The tutorial is very well done. What a great way to use up left-over fabrics, and make gifts for family members and friends.
Isn’t this Felted Pincushion Hat ultra-adorable? I need one for my sewing area. From Better Homes & Gardens.
I just got a Clover Iron this past Christmas, so this Clover Iron Travel Bag will come in handy for me.
Here’s a very cute Quilted Bag Tutorial. Great way to use up left-over strips or blocks.
Not exactly quilting, but it still uses fabric. I really like this shopping bag tutorial. Before I left Canada for six weeks in Argentina, where I am now, I was trying really hard not to get any plastic shopping bags.
Here’s a very cute Needlecase Tutorial. I could sure use one myself and it would make a nice gift.
Here’s a cute little project with ric-rac, a yo yo and a button! Nifty Needle Case
I think these Lunch Sack Gift Bags from the All People Quilt web site are adorable. They are very easy to make, as I made one in an hour or so just before the holidays. It’s still missing its button,
Here is a really cute bag from the All People Quilt web site. It’s created using a quick method for creating hour glass squares. You can add appliquéd embellishments if you like.
I found this great free pattern from Brenda Henning’s web site, Bear Paw Productions. Also available are instructions on how to complete Stained Glass Applique. Stained Glass Love Letters Stained Glass Basics New to Quilting or need a refresher? –
I’ve just finished packing up my sewing machine and putting it away, so this cute little tote bag will have to be added to my To Do list next year. Tote Bag Pattern | Smaller Version