My niece Amanda got to stop by for a few hours on her vacation to Kansas. We love to make projects together when she visits, like last summer’s ruffle apron. This time we made pencil pouches for HER nieces who are getting ready to begin first and second grade. Amanda looked through my stash and found a crayon print for the outside, alphabet print for the inside, felt for interfacing, and zippers in the girls’ favorite colors. We used the sunnies cases tutorial, only in a different size and shape. We also typed up the instructions so Amanda can make more when she gets home. Click Pencil Pouch to download all the steps. Happy Back-to-School! ♥
Happy back to school . The pencil case looks lovely.
Your niece is a beautiful young lady! Love the pencil pouches! Looks like they would make good crochet hook holders too! Hugz Lisa and Bear
What a wonderful and useful project to do with your niece! I know you are very busy, but I look forward to your posts! Hope you are enjoying your summer!
Welcome Back Katherine and nice project around this time of year. Blessings Always, Mtetar
Very cute! I hope you’ve had a wonderful summer. 🙂
SUPER cute. I love it!
Very cute cases. The recipients will be envied for their stylish cases.
So cute and functional! And what snazzy colorful zippers!!
A most timely post as we begin to collect back to school supplies, thanks!
a beautiful young woman and a wonderful idea.XX
I just had to stop by and tell you that I thought of you when I cut up my wedding dress to use for a couple of projects for my daughter’s wedding last month! 🙂
Letting you know i changed my blog name LOL….How has everything been ?
I can not find my blog Can you get to it,? Can you email me the link, maybe I am speeing it wrong rofl, I did not save it on my toolbar . Ha
Omg! Where do you find these fab fabrics! Still looking for the afternoon tea one at libertys. They may have discontinued it. 😦
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