Monday, 18 February 2013

Earbud Pouches...


Just a quick post today to show you some more Christmas presents I made last year, using the free tutorial over at Dog Under My Desk.... earbud pouches. I've had the tutorial pinned on my Free Tutorials Pinterest board for ages.




They really were very quick and easy to make AND they only needed scraps of fabric. The outside circles aren't perhaps as smooth as they could be, but I was pleased with the finished result, especially given the rush I was in trying to finish my Christmas sewing. Maybe this year I'll even begin Christmas sewing earlier... LOL!!!


These little earbud pouches will be joining the 99 projects in the Purses and Pouches Collection, here at Threading My Way.

... Pam

10 comments:

  1. You have a surprise waiting for you in my blog. Please do drop in and receive the same

    Regards,
    Adithis Amma from Adithis Amma Sews

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  2. they look great! I've also had this pinned for ages but never got round to it.

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  3. neat! love the use of scraps. I could also see these being great coin purses.

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  4. A good combination, a project where we use scraps, is fast, useful and to complete is beautiful. Pam, you did a nice job, thanks for sharing. You made me remember that I have it on my looooooong list of "things to do".
    Marisa from
    http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/

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  5. So funny you should post this now - I just made one of those pouches a few nights ago to refamiliarize myself with the steps (I do mine a bit differently in that I put the zipper in rectangles then trace the circle on top and stitch around) - it worked out so well that I kitted half a dozen more to work on (trying to use up my extensive supply of 7" zippers) - I want to make one for a niece for her subway tokens, and one for her son for part of his 5th birthday gift ($$ will be tucked in his) :) This is SUCH a cute little design, and it really is a great way to use up scraps!

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    1. WOW nice use of a run-on sentence, Sandra! LOL!

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  6. They look great! I've had that tutorial bookmarked and then pinned for way too long...need to give it a try soon!

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  7. They are on my Pinterest board too! I actually even bought a short zipper with the intention of sewing one up a few months ago. Fun to see more variations.

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  8. Cute, useful and quick, what more could you want Pam!

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  9. I have these pinned to make too!! Glad to hear they really are nice and easy! I'll have to try them too! :)

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