Tuesday, January 26, 2010

from the weekend

We had a warm up over the weekend and most of our snow is gone.
I found a little 'springtime' at Home Depot.
They had the most beautiful primulas...

On Sunday I made a round zipper pouch with a small bit of fabric from a yard sale. Not sure if it's vintage, but I love the old fashioned look of it.

The zipper was salvaged and happened to match the green in the print perfectly.

Hope your weekend was good!
~Deb

26 comments:

  1. Oh! That little pouch is adorable. I love the pretty round shape!

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  2. Deb, I love that cute little pouch! That fabric does look vintage and the cute dots add the finishing touch! You are so creative! Blessings from Kansas! Gail

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  3. Your pouch is precious! I will have to head out to find myself some primroses, we need a touch of spring around here!

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  4. I love that! It's adorable. :o)

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  5. Love the pouch! Also wanted to say thank you for the waffle-knit dishcloth pattern. I love it! I'm actually including one in a set of three knit dishcloths in my One World~One Heart giveaway. Drop by if you want to see a picture of it completed...and feel free to enter, though would you want to win a dishcloth made by your own pattern? :)

    kath
    www.fourmilesnorthofnowhere.blogspot.com

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  6. Love the pouch! I have some vintage feedsack fabric form my grandmother that is very similar to the print and colors. So cute!

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  7. That pouch is so very sweet! I love the fabric and the design! What pretty flowers you found!

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  8. WAY WAY too cute!

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  9. I want that!!! How adorable! Wish I could sew more than quilts. You have a talent(or three)!!

    Molly

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  10. The pouch is lovely. It does look vintage... so cute.

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  11. There is just something about flowers isn't there?
    I love, love the little pouch. It is just perfect.

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  12. I just love it when you start to see the springtime flowers in the shops, means spring is just around the corner. After all this snow and cold weather we need something to look forward to.

    Love your pouch too.

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  13. Very pretty primula and a very cute pouch!

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  14. Most of our snow melted this weekend too....which made mud and slush everywhere. I couldn't believe I was actually hoping for more snow so my yard didn't look like a big mud puddle! ;) The past couple days though..we have gotten more snow and it has gotten super cold again!

    Love the little pouch you made! It's adorable! :)

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  15. Oh it was, I finished a quilt! Love the little pouch, cute fabric!

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  16. I love the fabrics and the shape!

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  17. Very cute pouch! And the signs of Spring bring inspiration.

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  18. The pouch is perfect. It does look vintage and the zipper matches it perfectly.

    Primulas are my favorite spring flower.

    God bless.

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  19. Hi Deb...I just happened to find your blog while surfing others that I follow...How ironic to find yours, as my name is also Debra and I too live in the Rochester area.(Churchville). I have to say though, you are much more crafty that I. That's where we differ!

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  20. What a super little round pouch. Where did you get the pattern? It's a bit different!
    Teresa x

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  21. That fabric is nice, definitely a vintage look to it. How sweet that the zipper matches! Loving the flowers! So ready for Spring.

    Have a delightful weekend~

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  22. I bought some primulas recently and a gerbera daisy too. Love the gerberas! Sure brightens up a country kitchen in the middle of winter.

    Adore your lil pouch, too cute! I really need to dig my sewing machine out from under all the boxes in the closet. I'm getting the itch to sew again. :)

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  23. I love that cute round pouch! I'm not sure if I was looking in the right spot in your shop, but didn't see it offered. Do you sell this style? I love it!!!

    Sweet Jeanette

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  24. what an adorable pouch! I love that fabric!

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  25. I love Round - I can't imagine why I never thought to make a round pouch?? Yours is fab, the fabrics are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you for taking time to leave a comment--I love reading each and every one! I will try to answer any questions you have in the comment section. Due to the amount of spam, I am sadly no longer able to accept Anonymous comments....Kindly, Deb

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