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Sew a small wallet to keep your vaccination card safe and easy to read. This easy sewing pattern for a snap pouch is the perfect size to hold the standard 3’’ x 4’’ COVID vaccination card. There is a vinyl window on the back so you can easily see the information on your vaccine record, plus a snap closure to keep the card from falling out. And it’s a great project to sew with your fabric scraps!
You know that feeling when you see fabric at the thrift store or a yard sale or somewhere and you don’t need it, but it’s so pretty and a really good deal??? I saw these two beautiful rolls of Michael Miller twill (60” wide!!!) at my favorite thrift store a couple months ago for $20 each. The fabric was clean and soft and even smelled new. But I was shopping with a non-sewing friend at the time and I was embarrassed to buy it since she knows I already have a room full of fabric and I couldn’t think of an immediate project that needed 30 yards of designer star fabric. So I passed on it.
Happy Saturday! Is it a busy summer weekend for you? Last Saturday we had our first swim meet of the summer season. My three older kids are in a little novice league that is fun without too much pressure. Cadie is only 6, just a year shy of the team cut off, so she gets to be the swim fan.
With school in session now and fall in swing I’m ready to start thinking about making a nice new fall bag. This is the bold and beautiful bag is the Gatherer Bag from Anna Graham. A small crossbody bag that’s fun and easy to make. Holds the basics without weighing you down!
Congratulations on your guest post, Amy! I’ve been looking at this tutorial for a while, and may have just gotten a bit closer to making it. 🙂
I love both versions! I hope to make one some day soon. So fabulous!
I love the fabrics you used… very sharp and fun!! This is a cute travel companion!
Very nice Amy!!! I love the fabric combination you used.
Congrats on the guest post, Amy!! The bag you made is gorgeous!! I may have to try this out. Thank you for all the helpful info too!
Your post was featured on my ‘figuring out box corner measurements’ post. Check it out! https://baileymarieandme.wordpress.com/2013/07/21/box-corner-bags-making-your-own-measurements/
Craft love, keep it up!