I sent off my pouch for the sweet pouch swap over with Ros @ Sew Delicious.
I used this wonderful tutorial here. . I just added a little tail.
I filled it with treats and sent.
I tried two different interfacing ideas. The first boxy pouch I made was for our guild swap. I used Pellon 72F. It was fusible on both sides. It really only needed to be fusible on one side. It still held shape well. When I made the one in the pic above, I just used batting, and it was lighter and I was able to fold it easily for shipping. I was impressed with how it held it's shape though. I liked both, but I think that the pellon looked more professional.
I received my pouch from Bronwyn in Australia filled with tons of yumminess. I love this international swap! I don't usually do selfies. This was impromptu, and hubby was home to take a photo.
This is my January block for Sew Kitschy. The button is on the right of this post.
I made this cute paper piecing for a swap.
Finished this mug rug and sent it off Monday for our swap on Ipernity. You should check it out. It's an open group. We are about to start another swap soon....
My Riley Blake Challenge is finished for ECMQG. All the lovely ladies will get to see this in person on Saturday. It really goes with our master bedroom décor. Valentine's is also right around the corner. ;) If you would like a tute. Let me know. It's super easy.
Linking up with Kelly