Actually, I like this quilted fabric as an inside too. Still have more of it...
|Still turned inside-out.|
A close-up of the gusset.
Very easy to add but not gonna work for a coin pocket in a wallet.
It's attached only in the side seams. Keeps items from falling out...
Sundays sewing had a little hiccup - see following.
Chris W is a purse designer from Australia and she posted the above Sunday morning.
My response that afternoon was:
Katydid Green OMG I regret reading this post this morning. Going outside now for a time-out.
It should not look like this.
I did go outside. In our windstorm, branches and pine cones flailed out of the trees which we picked up between small rain showers. I have missed the rain. It has been four months since we've seen any rain here.
Then I came inside and did my juicing
I flipped channels on the tv and found a OPB (Oregon Public Broadcasting) Simon & Garfunkle pledge concert. Ripping out stitches to Simon & Garfunkle - well I can't recommend it enough. Old favorites to sing along to.
It went very pleasantly and I did some other hand-stitching as well until the concert was over.
Now it looks like the bag I won this last week.
I used some Japanese quilted fabric as my outer fabric. My lining is also from Japan. The red & skinny black stripe is stash as is the skinny black piping. I also used a double zip because it works very well for this bag.
This bag is just over 8" in length and about 4" high. This is very cute and the inside finishes are similar to my son's ditty bag albeit a little smaller overall than his bag. This pattern is on my to-do list with oil cloth and a slightly bigger profile.
Pattern is here:Zipper Pencil Case with side gussets