November 04, 2015

Pouch Production Line

While pursing Craftsy trying to avoid their sale, I stumbled upon their blog post of 17 Thing Only Quilters Understand, and look what happened to be featured after #13.  Insert loud squeal, it's been so great to have such a great response to my first pattern, thanks everyone for your love and support. 


A while back, after I learned about zippers, I downloaded a bunch of patterns with zippers and this little Lola Pouch was one included. As a retreat project I decided I was going to make 14 of them, in one day. Hahaha, that didn't happen but over a day and a half I did get 12 done, and 2 more just need zippers.  Here is the lot so far.  The pattern comes in two different sizes and this is the smaller size, although I just ordered more zippers to make some larger pouches. 







This was such a good way to use up scraps. I have to admit those two Cotton + Steel prints on the left side are my favorites! 

- Patch & Chels


8 comments:

  1. I love the bound opening on these. I will have to look up Lola.
    This is the ultimate can't stop at one!!
    Favourites? Strawberries and the blue one with the orange binding( far right, second photo).

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  2. Congrats on the appearance of your pattern in that Craftsy article! Love your Lola pouches!

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  3. You have a great production line going there Chelsea, congratulations on the Craftsy feature too.

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  4. I see mine in there :) They look awesome!

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  5. Congratulations Chelsea!! Your quilt is beautiful, it's not wonder that they featured it!!
    So are these pouches for ALL your FRIENDS??? I think the third from the right is very cute! Feeling like I should have followed through on the 'birthday Tote hint' a while ago... LOL ;)

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  6. I've been thinking about that pouch pattern and seeing your post is the clincher...great pouches, love all the colors you picked. Congrats on the pattern picture it looks great.

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  7. Yay! Congrats on your mention in the Craftsy post! I'm hoping to start my version of your quilt design by the end of the year!

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  8. Adorable pouches! They look so pretty all lined up. And congrats on the featured pattern on the craftsy article.

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