New quilted boxy case – Cutie Cube bag

New quilted boxy case – Cutie Cube bag

Meet my new storage case, Cutie Cube bag.

You can order my PDF pattern in my shop Sewingillustration.com.

 

 

 

 

 

9 Comments

  1. Your Cutie Cube is darling! Such a fun shape! Can’t wait to try one!

  2. So gorgeous Minki! Such sweet fabrics, I love that text print too! The way you have the zippers meeting in the front is genius! Another pattern that I really want to make! I’ll just add it to my ever growing list, lol! Looks like a great size to carry so many different things. I always say this but your attention to detail and perfection is spot on! Bravo to another beautiful creation! Hope you have a wonderful weekend dear Lady!

  3. Minki, you are so very talented! I truly love your work. I have all of your books and then some! Where is the so cute dog fabric I see on your new cutie cube bag. Is it your new fabric that isn’t out yet?

  4. Hoping you can help me. I work in a quilt shop and a customer requested that I teach the cutie cube bag.
    Can I place a wholesale order with you for paper copies of the pattern to sell the students in the class?
    The students prefer I teach them in a class environment which I have no problem with but at the same time respect your resale policy.

  5. These are adorable. Love the way you do the zippers with binding. What a great way to make the zipper look so good.

  6. This is a very good box and I would like to give it as a gift to my mother and I am sure she would love it. I am a college student and needed some professional essay helpin in UK. If any of you guys know some good writing services please share them with me. I would be really grateful.

  7. Hello Minki, I just discovered you and your projects. They are so simple and sweet. I hope to get to know them better.

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