Tuesday, 24 October 2017

A Couple More Sewing Projects


Hello crafty friends!  I hope you are all well.  I have been doing a couple more sewing projects.  Sorry, I haven't done a card in a while, I promise to get one done soon.

My first project today, is a large tote bag.  It is padded and lined and I used some of the fabric that I used for my cushions and lined it with a daisy print fabric.


The second project is an e-book reader cover, also padded and lined.



This gorgeous fabric was gifted to me by one of the lovely ladies that I craft with on a Wednesday evening.

Don't look too closely at the projects as they are far from perfect, but I am learning all the time!

Thank you so much for your visit today and especially if you have left a comment.  You are all appreciated more than you know! 

 If you have a question, please be sure I have a way to contact you so I can answer, as a lot of you are 'no-reply' bloggers, so I am unable to reply via e-mail.


16 comments:

  1. Your sewing projects are wonderful hazel, love them.
    Hugs Veerle x

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  2. They are stunning projects Hazel and the materials are beautiful. Barbxx

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  3. wonderful projects, Hazel - i think your fabrics in the UK are always so much prettier than what i can find here - love some of the sayings on your bag!

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  4. Wow, these are both so stunning, Hazel!! You did such a beautiful job on both of them!! I love the fabrics!! Wish I could sew like you!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. Your sewing projects are so practical and beautiful Hazel. TFS I am knitting a Christmas Stocking using Donegal Tweed and fair aisle knitting:-) You inspire me to share when I am done:-) Hugs..

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  6. Both your projects are beautiful, Hazel! That fabric - and the daisy band - make an awesome tote bag, as does the cheery choice for your Kindle cover! You could sell these!! Hugs, Darnell

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  7. Thank you so much for sharing a couple of your sewing projects. I am a lapsed sewer, so it is fun and inspiring for me to see your beautiful projects. Hope you are having a great week.

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  8. I'm loving seeing your sewing. Keep them coming. Tote bag is next on my list to do, so if you have good instructions, please pass them on :) xx

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  9. Love that pretty bag and it will come in handy! And the e-reader case is so pretty! Love that fabric!

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  10. These are very inspirational Hazel and I love them both! The materials you have used are beautiful and the finish looks excellent. I have a sewing machine which has not been used for simply ages, I never seem to get around to doing any these days. I did make a cot quilt which took several years to finish..lol, and I do have some more material which has been waiting to do something with for several years, so you can see that motivation is not a good thing with me. x

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  11. I chuckled as I read the sentiments on your fabulous tote bag. What a fun idea with the e reader pouch. You are clever and so creative Hazel x

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  12. This big bag is really beautiful, Hazel. I love how you matched various fabric prints. It looks very stylish like a designer bag. Great and will definitely be helpful when shopping.
    A quiet night, my friend. I hope you are all right. Greetings and hugs,
    BozenA

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  13. Wonderful projects Hazel, love the fabrics for them both.

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  14. These are gorgeous Hazel, I'm in love with your bag the material is fabulous. You're so clever I used to do cross stitch years ago but as for normal sewing I can just about sew a button on Lol
    Hugs Kaz xx

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  15. Wow Hazel you are so clever ! amazing sewing projects again, just love them all ;) hugs Viv xx

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Thank you so very much for your comments you lovely people, they really make my day! Hazel x