* zakka tray

Posted on July 21st, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


I made this little patchwork tray out of my Zakka book (see library). I was originally making it for my keys, but I forgot about seam allowances and it’s a little bit too small. So maybe jewelry or pins or something.

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7 Responses to “zakka tray”

  1. carolyn Says:

    it’s pretty tho!

  2. hannah Says:

    that is awesome! is there anything giving it structure besides the fabric?

  3. kelly Says:

    Ditto to Hannah – did you use interfacing, or is the fabric stiff enough to give it body? Very cute!

  4. Maitreya Says:

    The little diagram in the book seems to indicate interfacing, but I didn’t use any on this little one. It seems fine without it. If I make a bigger one (the book has them as a cute set), I definitely will. I originally tried it with thin batting, thinking it would look more quilty, but it just looked puffy and the walls wouldn’t stay up.

  5. Cassi Says:

    I love it, great job!

  6. stacey Says:

    I LOVE all the Japanese crafts you post on your blog. I’d love to try some but I’m wondering how you follow the patterns. Would I need to know how to read Japanese?

  7. brandi Says:

    I just got my patch in the mail yesterday and I love it! Big thanks!

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