Zakka Style :: Sewing Kit

With each project I make, I like this book more and more!

I tried to make something a bit different from my usual bright/eclectic taste.

I had fun trying to find ways to use this Square Dance panel from Anna Maria Horner.  I’ve never sewn with voile before.  It is amazingly soft!

I used the center of the large square for the lining of the kit and part of a small square for the pincushion.

After cutting the large panel for the lining , I had 2 scallop strips left over.   I was excited that I was able to work them as the binding.

I didn’t have a stamp to use for the exterior, so I cut the selvedge to use as a ‘ribbon’ trim.

I used a temporary adhesive to hold them in place and then stitched a band from the panel fabric to cover the raw edges in the center.

I used a pretty dusty blue Zuwa text print  for the ties.

It turned out so feminine and sweet, I just love it.

A quick project that would make a lovely gift!

Thanks for sharing in the process with me,  Lindsey

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  • absolutely love this…will have to get that book! and love your fabric choices! SondraReplyCancel

  • So pretty, Lindsey! I agree with you — the more things I make out of this book, the more I love it. This is going to be my standby now for gift giving projects. I’m so glad that you hosted this sew along!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful, as always xReplyCancel

  • This is my favorite one so far. I just love it!ReplyCancel

  • So beautiful. The only thing I’m enjoying more than seeing all the variations, is reading about the process. I am fascinated by the details, and yours are utterly charming!!!ReplyCancel

  • Oooh, very cute! Love the dark contrast with the pinkReplyCancel

  • It`s absoutely beautiful!!This is one of my fav project.ReplyCancel

  • Nice! Well done.ReplyCancel

  • kimberlee

    That looks lovely!! I love how that scallop worked out for your trim/binding!! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Love the fabrics. Nice work.ReplyCancel

  • These are lovely – I really like your use of the selvedge!ReplyCancel

  • Love your version. Very sylish!ReplyCancel

  • I absolutely adore this. Thank you so much for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • This is a favorite of mine, too! I just LOVE it!!ReplyCancel

  • So absolutely gorge sou! Enjoy.ReplyCancel

  • Or maybe she meant “gorgeous”. Yes, that would be more like it.ReplyCancel

  • I am planning on making this one too. Yours is so dreamy I love it. Great Job!
    xoReplyCancel

  • Really cute and I’m inspired by your creative use of selvedges! Is the black and white fabric a linen?ReplyCancel

  • I am so thrilled to find this sew along and have the benefit of others and maybe help someone else. This sewing kit is adorable! Thank you so much!ReplyCancel

  • I love this so much! The panel is perfect with the Essex yarn dyed! I just made my own, and plan to make more from the book (finally!). Well done!ReplyCancel

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