Stitched these men's wallets over the last week or so. The design comes from the same site that my cross shoulder bags came from. I am not a digitizer but, honestly both designs needed a little help. Thank goodness I was able to make some changes. But
Made myself a set. I place a piece of elastic in the tab to hold the pen. I thought for those who have a hard time turning small items, like the tab used here. Get these , I have no ideal what they are called but are great, small teeth and lock in place
Looking in my car I found that plastic holder for my insurance and thought I should make something to use instead of that . The picture with the clover. I meet with a group of ladies and one ask about a wallet ITH. I came up with the bottom little change
UPDATED BELOW---Hello Cuties,<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> I made this check book to go with the bag I made yesterday, in Community Sewing. I did remember to embroider my mark on it! I hope when I go back to JoAnns they have another
Cuties, yesterday I decided to make a wallet and checkbook, to match the tote or handbag, I made Wednesday. I appliqued the same flower, on the checkbook as I did on the tote, but this time it is appliqued the usual way, directly onto the fabric.
EDIT-1-24-16-I was asked by crafter, one of the moderators, to state that my name is machine embroidered. Since it was, and even though I sewed this wallet, I felt because it would fit for either place, the Projects page or Sewing, I chose to put it here.
I liked dailylaundry's ITH wallet so much, I made one similar, for myself. The tetris fabric is a checkbook, I made to go in it. I made it to match my stripping purse and medicine bag. #1 opened with my name embroideried #2 front #3 back with pocket #
Since my grandkids will be here tomorrow and Christmas shopping will start soon I thought that they should have their own Christmas wallet and purse. The Santa bag is for my GD and the snowman wallet it for my GS. Both designs were freebies from long ag
These are ITH purses designed by Sue Dewsbury that my daughter and I love to make. The purses with buttons are for my daughter and the other grandmother. The ones without are mine and my grandson's. He loved his mom's so much that we made him a "wall