Monday, December 1, 2008

needle cases

I have always been interested in sewing accessories, I have found a few vintage needle cases, and it inspired me to make up one of my own. As a quilter I like Sun bonnet Sue. I love to look at the blocks on a quilt and pick out the dress combo I like the best. Well here are a couple of my SBS, needle cases, I just drew out a shape I liked and went from there, to open it you just lift it up under the bonnet and the needles are inside. I also made the ribbon pansies.


Lilla said...

Wanda, now you are very clever with the sunbonnets and pansies.
Love them. Yes I do use acrylics, pretty much for everything.
I do iron to set tho'.aloha Lilla

Rose said...

These are so sweet! My mother is a quilter, but I never quite got the hang of it. This would be a clever gift idea to suggest to her...or maybe I could try my hand at it, if it isn't too difficult? I'm always losing needles.

Thanks for visiting me!

LdyDy Loves Cake said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I see you love roses too! I enjoyed seeing your projects. Very beautiful!

Sweetie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog for a visit. My daughter loves to quilt. She always has a few quilts in progress. I'll tell her about these cute needle cases.

CIELO said...

My computer just opened up to your blog and I was instantly in love with the roses on your blog banner... what are they? Must be an English Rose; they’re so lovely… ;)

so nice meeting you!


Q said...

Dear Wanda,
These are darling!
You are so cleaver.
I also sew and have started an Artful Living blog. I post on Tuesdays!
Looking forward to reading your journal and getting to know you.

The Muse said...

Oh goodness how adorable..I have an affinity to pin holders as I do a bit of sewing when I can find the time...!

Wonder if I could make one in a blue suede shoe, in honor of Elvis? LOL
Loved reading your posting on the Way Back When blog :)

Mari at Once Upon a Plate said...

How DARLING, and your pretty, pretty Pansies!

Just lovely!


Sandy Toes said...

They are so cute!!! What a sweet project!
-sandy toes

GardenGoose said...

those are adorable!!