Quilt Festival; Quilt Scene magazine is now on newsstands and my Knit Pouch is featured.
An awesome editor Vivica sent me this beautiful Heather Ross collection from Spring Quilt market and I was able to finish this knit pouch.
There’s a few things you hardly learn or keep forgetting. Knitting and Crochet are one of them.
Every winter season, I search up YouTube channels and blog step photos to get to know the basic of knitting, and by the time spring comes or while enjoying summer, I totally forget what I have learned.
So sadly, I am always a beginner in knitting world. Now you can imagine how much I admire those knitters who make all kind of soft and fluffy goods.
And I tell myself, “you can buy them with cheaper price.” How sad!
Anyway, I wanted to make a knit pouch to pamper myself and to store my beautiful yarns. (Don’t ask me why I keep buying them. A basketful of yarns are my winter decoration and beauty shot friendly.)
For the inside of flap, I used Lecien fabric, Memorie A Paris collection.
This pouch is actually my first version. I made this for my knitter and quilter friend, Kristin.
As I don’t know how to knit, I asked her to knit this cute little swatch for me(actually for her).
Which version do you like better? I think it would be good to have both, one for spring /summer and one for autumn/winter.
We all know that we never have enough pouches. 🙂
I drew the knitting needles and quote with my Bernina sewing machine.
With Aurifil wool thread, I was able to fake hand embroidery. Doesn’t it look like a hand embroidery to you? 🙂
To learn how to make this pouch, get your copy of Quilt Scene magazine at your local bookstore or online.