* charm wallet

Posted on March 18th, 2007 by maitreya. Filed under Uncategorized.


I got a charm pack of the cool new moda line. So I’ve been staring at these 5-inch squares trying to figure out what they might be good for. Little things. Piecework things. The pattern is from a Japanese craft book, which I am of course again too lazy to go look up right now. Interfaced for a little more structure, and the stupid binding is even put on correctly, with handstitching to finish and everything (only because my first attempt at doing it the wrong way looked awful, I’m not usually so virtuous, haha). Anyway, I think I see some yardage for the mums and the paint by number in my future…

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20 Responses to “charm wallet”

  1. Abby Says:

    It is very charming!

  2. Cristina Says:

    beautiful. all of it.

  3. Katharina Says:

    So beautiful! I’m in love with this fabrics, too.
    The wallet is nice, but what is it for?

  4. Maitreya Says:

    Um, it’s a wallet? The pockets are sized for credit cards and folded cash.

  5. Regina Says:

    Wonderful wallet. THe fabrics are scrumptious! Your handstitching is perfect. Handstitching makes me crazy!!

  6. Lana Says:

    awesome site! You’ve got some very cute stuff! Check out my knitted stuff at http://www.knitnstuff.blogspot.com

  7. Kristi Says:

    Cute fabrics, they are all distincly different and yet the colors go great together.

  8. Kristi Says:

    Cute fabrics, they are all distincly different and yet the colors go great together.

  9. Happy Zombie Says:

    How perfect for espresso punch cards!

  10. Felicia Says:

    Its so pretty AND useful.

  11. quenna Says:

    Great way of using those small squares. I also like your felt box for the bias tape (nicer than shoe boxes)

  12. colleen Says:

    Sweet colors, love blue and brown

  13. Moira Says:

    Saw your travel wallet a few weeks back – I made one too – thanks for the inspiration!

  14. Moira Says:

    Thanks for the travel wallet post from awhile back – I made one too! I always find inspiration on your site! Check out pictures at:
    http://sewmo.blogspot.com/

  15. Ashley Says:

    This is so cute!!!Very ingenious, but I’m perplexed by how perfect your binding looks. How did you manage it? (if you don’t mind me asking)

  16. susan sobon Says:

    ok love the little card holder, but you cant show something that cute and not let us know which book its in!! please go look

  17. Anina Says:

    So cute! With all this inspiration I will most definitely NEVER run out of things to make.

  18. momo Says:

    beautiful fabric and wallet!!

  19. Diana Says:

    Which Japanese Craft Book?!! Please let us know! Thank you

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