I love a quick, fun project. Sometimes sewing something up that takes only a few hours is really satisfying. Making these Idea Pouches for Quilt Sandwich Fabrics turned out to be one of my favorite projects to work on this year so far. Even when I only had a few minutes here and there to sew between packing boxes for our move, they gave me something creative to work on to break up the time.
I made these versions with Elizabeth by Tula Pink and Flora by Joel Dewberry using the Idea Pouch pattern by Michelle Patterns. I also threw in an apricot shot-cotton from Westminster Fabrics to compliment the colors in these collections. You can read more about the details of this project over at the Quilt Sandwich Fabrics blog.
Becca, proprietress and one half of the sister duo at Quilt Sandwich, also happens to be a guild mate. in the Seattle Modern Quilt Guild. It was so much fun to be able to work with her on this project and geek out a little over the fabrics (hidden bats!). If you love these as much as I do, you can find Flora here and Elizabeth here in the Quilt Sandwich Fabrics online store.
I also finished this project as part of my 2nd Quarter Finish-Along Goals: