|my adorable Amy Butler fabric|
Painting and redo-ing my sewing room really got my organizational juices flowing. So much so that I couldn't stop. I rediscovered so much forgotten fabric, I had to use them to assist with the re-organization. The first thing I worked on was a needle case for my interchangeable needles. I used some Amy Butler fabric that my friend Moira picked up for me years ago on a trip to Vermont (I think).
try it" set. It came with a couple of 24" cables, three needle tips (sizes 6,7,&8) in wood, nickel and acrylic. Since then, I've acquired a couple of more needle sizes (in nickel) and some 36" cables. I really like these needles. They're inexpensive and have nice sharp points. In fact I prefer them over my more expensive addi turbo needles.
della Q cases.
I didn't stop with my needle case. I found a site called Sew4Home thru my Zite app. They had a tutorial to make these adorable baskets.
I thought they would be perfect to hold my sewing patterns. I skipped the rick rack, since I didn't want to make a trip to the store. Instead, I attached prairie points.
|I made five!|