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Monday, 15 October 2012

Little Thank Yous

Two of my secretive makes arrived with Susan and Trudi over the weekend.

I embroidered these a couple of weeks ago, taken from Aneela's Little Stitches book, and didn't really think through what type of gifts I was going to make with them; thank goodness inspiration struck...


I used Anna Noodlehead's Open Wide pouch tutorial and Pezzy charms, that's how teeny they are.

It is a great tutorial, I had a little bit of random with the sticky-out zip-end but they turned out nicely, so much so, yesterday I made another, a huge one, but that's for another day.

So that'll be my first 100% completed FAL tick too; my Mouthy Stitches tick will come after mailing and mama-ing are complete, and the Sizzix project upon 'publication' - not bad for the first week!

25 comments:

  1. You did it again!! These are too adorable!!

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  2. As the owner of one of these wee pouches all I can say is it is perfect, and mine all mine. Thank you!!!

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  3. Marvellous - love a bit of mail surprising. Or Male surprising if it's good. I'll take what I can get :-)

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  4. oh gosh, those are so adorable! what a cute combo

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  5. Those are pretty stinkin' adorable, Hadley. Just beautiful.

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  6. So cute!!!! Nicely done Hadley!

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  7. oh these are just the cutest little things! you've completely inspired me to get Aneela's book now ;)
    Jessie, xo

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  8. Oh lovely! Beautiful stitching Hads, and another wee zippy I need to try too... lol

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  9. they are so gorgeous, must be really tiny :)

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  10. Loving your stitchy vibe at the moment Hadders ... I just posted about Flash Gordon and thought of you :)

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  11. What can I say but you are becoming the Zipper queen. They look fantastic.

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  12. Soooo cute! These would make great teacher's pressies! Jxo

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  13. Three finishes in one week? Wow!

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  14. What a super idea! They're in good homes, too :)

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  15. Those are precious!! I took your advice and got the book, so I worked on Aneela's lovely embroidery last week on vacation. They're so addictive! Maybe now I'll make some tiny open wide pouches...

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  16. Very nice, although apparently I need one to match my mouth ;o) (ps, I wasn't the one winding the guide up about mormonism, just sayin' ;o) )

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