Scrappy Pouches (sewing)

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Tubakk inspired me with her denim pouches. They have been on my project-I-really-should-make list for some time. I finally indulged just before Christmas. They are made from old clothes. Yes, the flowery fabric too! They were dresses I sew in the mid 90s. 🙂 You may know, the flowery country dress involving four panels on the front and four panels on the back, and lots and lots of fabric.  They were very comfy dresses—100% soft cotton. The pouches were padded with two layers of an old flannel sheet.

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Made with recycled fabrics. The black polyester was pants. The black and white cotton check was the lining of a coat. The black and beige cotton was a shirt. These will stand many cycles in the washing machine. No, I didn’t have black elastics. But I don’t mind it being white—the bags are more colorful. 😉

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