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Sunday, October 9, 2011


It's raining here today, and has been all day - the perfect time to get out the sewing machine and have fun indoors !  Last week I posted about the house class we are doing, and the ladies teaching had made nice little gifts for the participants.  I decided it would be fun to bring something to share at the next meeting, so I made these little bags.  They were a lot of fun to make - and thanks go to Madame Plume de Lin for the great tutorial.  She has a couple of others too, with interesting and fun projects.  Natural linen, lining made of French General fabric, and trimmed with antique lace and mother of pearl buttons.
Es regnet hier schon den ganzen Tag, ideal also fuer einen Naehtag.  Ich habe diese kleinen Taschen als Mitbringsel fuer die naechste Haus-Klasse gemacht, da die Damen alles so nett eingerichtet hatten.
Schritt fuer Schritt wird das auf dem Blog von Plume de Lin erklaert.
Alors il pleut et pleut, et je suis restee a la maison - je voulais coudre ces jolies pochettes (tuto Plume de Lin) pour offrir aux copines du stage Maisons.


Angelikas quilts and knits said...

Wunderschön ! Die werden ganz sicher Freude bereiten :-)
Liebe Grüße

Marie du Gard said...

Très jolis ces pochons.
Il va falloir penser à en faire un en boutis pour Pierrefeu.