Stitched Felt Block Pouch

Stitched Felt Block Pouch

Hello friends,

I am so excited to share my new Stitched Felt block pouch!

The instruction is as same as my Chubby Pouch. You can purchase my pouch pattern here.

 

 

 

When Claire asked me what chubby meant long ago, I said it meant cute. I still think everything chubby is cute. 🙂

 

Here’s a short video that shows how to use Sizzix Big Shot machine and Die.

 

After cutting the desired shapes, arrange them on the quilted pouch front.

Using a fabric glue or a school glue stick, attach the cutout shapes in place.

 

Hand stitch each element using embroidery floss. I used Aurifil 12wt cotton threads.

 

These are the dies I used for my pouch. Visit Taylored Expressions for more collections.

 

Fabric and notions used:

100% Wool Felt from Taylored Expressions.

Liberty fabric from Ava and Neve

Gray yarn dyed fabric from Lecien Fabrics

Fusible fleece from Dailylike Canada

Aurifil 12weight cotton threads

 

I hope you enjoy making your own Stitched pouch that will make this season even more cozy.

Minki xx

 

11 Comments

  1. So Cute!! You know, I bought myself an Accucut a couple of years back but I tend to see more ‘fun’ cutting dies with the SIzzix …I wish I’d bought a Sizzix back then! Oh well!

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      Haha, you are so cute Marie!
      Almost of all my paper crafter friends have die cutting machine but I haven’t. It’ my first die cutting machine and it makes my life so easy! 🙂

    1. Author

      Thank you so much Alison!
      You amaze me how thoughtful and sweet you are!

    1. Author

      Thank you Maria! I love my new chubby pouch too. I keep thinking shall I give for Christmas gift or shall I keep it? haha…It must be the same worries all the makers have.

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      Thank you Linda!
      I am thinking about another felt project but don’t have any good idea yet. 🙂

  2. This is gorgeous! I love the soft colors for the flowers. You are so very talented Minki and you prove it everyday!!

    1. Author

      Oh…I should print out your words and put on my desk. That’s the best encouragement!!
      Thank you dear friend!! xx

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