I made a checkbook cover for one of my sister-in-laws and showed it to our 9 year old Granddaughter. She loved it and said her Mom (our daughter) has only an old ugly brown one. So, of course, I made an aqua one for our daughter too. Now looking at the
Hello Cuties, I just made two things this afternoon. First a checkbook finally, to match my purse I made back in November. Anyway, I did remember to put my name on the checkbook even though I forgot on my purse:( (uploading purse that matches)
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.
A 4 piece set that includes a purse, wallet, checkbook/datebook cover, and glasses case, that I just finished for an order. She wanted it all black and white with a dragonfly on it. The purse and wallet are my own patterns. The checkbook/datebook cover is
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 #
Another in the hoop pieced checkbook cover This one was the third one. This time I wanted it to be simple, so I didn't do crazy patch. Instead, I used strips of fabric. So much faster and looks neat too! The first one I digitized was too small. So