Ta-Da! I finished the cover for my new little hand-stitching bag this morning:
It's a little Yazzii tote I got on clearance earlier this month. Closed, it measure 7x9.5x3 inches and will make the perfect keeper of all my hand-stitching supplies and travel projects.
It has eight zippered compartments that have see-through panels.
Here's a peek inside mine:
Needles, pens, pencils, nail files, binding clips, mini rulers:
Applique pins, seam ripper, scissors, and there's another pocket for my thread:
My travel pin cushion, thread catcher, and project are kept in the final pouches:
In my previous post, some of you questioned how I as going to attach my cover.
Once I got the "cover" done....which is really just a mini quilt, I clipped it to the bag:
Then just hand stitching it to the tote using a small whip-stitch:
(It's surprisingly really secure.)
I've been searching high and low for the "perfect" travel bag for my hand-stitching and I think this one is going to be the perfect solution....plus it's so darn cute that I love using it!!!
Curious is you have a "go-to" tote for your hand stitching and what you keep in yours?
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