Some time ago, a quilting friend gave me a Connecting Threads kit, that she had purchased. She had made one of the pouches in the kit and decided she didn't need to make any more. She knows I make items for the Lyndhurst Feral Cat Rescue's fundraisers and thought I might like to finish the kit. I tucked the kit away and forgot about it. This fall, I found it again, and decided to make the pouches up.
The kit was suppose to make four pouches. So far, 5 have been made. I think there is enough fabric to make one more.
The fabric is bright and cheery, though not my usual style. I added zippers from my stash, as well as some fusible fleece to make them stand up.
I made the backs a solid piece of fabric to make construction go quickly.
They open nice and wide, and with the flat bottoms are easy to fill. They are on the small size but I could see them used for stowing things while travelling. ( Will we ever travel again?)
The pouches have gone on their way to the sale. I believe the sale is mid November. It will be held on Facebook.
Because Halloween is coming, I was making Halloween masks, today.
These are 5 of the ten I made, ready to wear to school tomorrow. I gave them to some young friends along with some other treats.
I claim I don't use orange but this blog is very orange.