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Welcome to finish it up Friday! A few weeks ago, my friend, Anna, generously shared a tutorial for her canvas pencil pouches(available here) and I’ve been wanting to make some ever since. Actually, she showed the pouches on her blog before that, and I have wanted to make them since then, so it’s been awhile! She has such a great style and aesthetic…. it’s hard…

Welcome to finish it up Friday!

A few weeks ago, my friend, Anna, generously shared a tutorial for her canvas pencil pouches(available here) and I’ve been wanting to make some ever since. Actually, she showed the pouches on her blog before that, and I have wanted to make them since then, so it’s been awhile! She has such a great style and aesthetic…. it’s hard to not want to copy everything she makes. Her work is so inspiring!

I finally took the time to make a pouch yesterday, and I absolutely love it! It was a super fun project! (Incidentally, I used scraps that she gave me to make the pouch. So, double thanks to you, Anna!)

I love the color blocking on the pouch! So many possibilities!

I used zipper tabs to shorten a zipper that I had on hand, which seemed to work out pretty well. I have plans to make many more of these cute little pouches. The next one will probably be full on scrappy. (What a surprise!) I plan to use this one for transporting my rotary cutter and other sharp tools. That is, if one of my kids doesn’t take it and claim it for their own. That HAS been know to happen….

This is kind of a silly project, but it will make me laugh for months to come. Awhile back, while I was shopping at SR Harris with my friend, Brianne, we came across this meat fabric by Dear Stella. It’s kind of funny (and extremely weird!), so we decided that we needed to purchase some. I offered to turn the fabric into napkins, so we will each have a matching set of 4. They will be perfect for BBQ season!

And…. since no week is complete without the making of a pincushion, I spent some time playing with my tiny triangle scraps and made this cute little thing. (The pattern is in Plenty of Pincushions, Volume 1, which is available here.) I may make a whole series of these, one in each color….I have plenty of tiny triangles ready to go!

Oh! I almost forgot to mention! Next week I will be kicking off a blog tour to celebrate the release of my new book, No Scrap Left Behind. There will be chances to win a copy of the book each day of the tour. I’m excited to officially celebrate the release of the book and show more of what is inside. I hope you will join me.

That’s it for me! I hope you have had a good week of finishing! Please link up, and have a great weekend!

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