Hello friends! My Hexie Wristlet Pouch Tutorial is up on my Youtube channel, MinkiKim. Fabric is CWCH by CottonVill. You can order on Amazon. I hope you enjoy making one for yourself! Lining fabric is my Idyllic collection main print. https://sewingillustration.com/moorpark/?ec_store=idyllic-fat-quarter-bundle Thank you for stopping by! Minki xxRead More →
My new Quilted Block Pouch pattern is listed on my shop! I hope you enjoy making these sweet pouches and be ready for the holiday!
Hi friends, It’s been a while that I drew something with my sewing machine. So I drew this sewing tray and finished as a scrappy version of my Little Friend zip pouch. I like how it came out although I kind of regret that I used gray thread instead of black and that scissor looks too big….well, I hope I will do better next time.
August already? I can’t beleive summer is almost over. Soon I have to start worrying about kids’ lunch menu… ;( At least my little girl is ready for the school. I made this little pouch for her itty bitty school supplies but she says “Pack my snack here!” I think it’s good idea too! My friends use it as their glasses case. I didn’t know my pouch has so many possiblities! This pouch tutorial is up on WeAllSew, Bernina blog today. There’s free downloadable pattern too. Don’t miss the chance to win a pair of scissors sponsored by Warm Crochet. Leave a comment onRead More →
My Just for you Pouch was featured in Sewing World magazine June issue. There is a DIGITAL version of Sewing Would magazine available here. With a confirm from the Sewing World magazine, here are more details and How-to pages. Fabric from Lecien Fabric, Retro 30’s Collection Linen from Joann Fabric store Aurifil 12wt. for both words and topstitch. Read More →
Pattern available at SewingIllustration.com Finished size: 10″ wide x 8″ tall x 2.5″ deep Special thanks for my great pattern testers: Veronica of Vivid Felicity Debbie of Happy little Cottage Kristin of They grow up too fast Read More →
Lecien Fabric, Aurifil 50wt. 12wt. Free tutorial: All in one handy pouch Read More →
Finished size: 6″ x 6″ x 4″ PDF Pattern download: sewingillustration.com (Pattern contains diagram, measurement, Camera illustration) Lecein, Flower Sugar Maison Aurifil thread 40wt for Camera Sewing illustration, 50wt for basic sewing Warm quilt batting Natural Linen: JoAnn cotton ribbon: imported from Korea How to make: Iron fusible interfacing *if you don’t have 12″ zipper like me, attach the same fabric both ends. Sew zipper After attach the zipper, sew 1/8″ from the zipper, both side. (optional) For the lining, you can iron fusible interfacingRead More →
DOWNLOAD Patterns: SewingIllustration.com Rainy day with a sip of black coffee, I started doodle without any plan or intention. Then I picked up some fabrics from my stash basket and cut out the shapes with scissors. After many times of sewing which I truly enjoy, I got to have a new pouch. How I love this kind of day and life. I hope you are well there and have a bit of rain or shine as you wish. Love, MinkiRead More →
Finished size: 8inch x 7inch x 2inch Sources: Linen: Gray lien line Lecien & Moda fabric: Fat Quarter Shop Milk,Sugar and Flower: Penny Rose Fabric Thread: Aurifil Red dot canvas : Imported, printed in Japan. Embroidery Floss: DMC Read More →
Hello, my friend! I would like to share how to make this cute little pouch today. As it is super easy and simple, you have to be careful to stop making more and more
Hello, my friends all over the world!
All of my three daughters love to draw. Whenever I go out, I would usually toss into my bag pieces of coloring paper, crayons, and something to write with for my kids to keep busy. When I’m in hurry, I would forget to bring crayons or pencils. So often I find myself sheepishly asking the waiter to borrow pens for my kids to doodle on napkins. But that’s a thing of the past. I am determined to be more organized! I finally made my own portable drawing kit! I no longer have to bother those busy waiters for pens. This 5×6.5 inch portable kit keepsRead More →
I am always jealous of people who has beautiful piles of fabrics. It seems like fabric rules the everything in the sewing world. Don’t you agree with me? When I bump into someone’s sewing work, my first impression is ‘if I had the same fabrics……’. And one day, I told myself let’s not compare what I don’t have instead, I tried to pull all the possibility that I could do with what I have at the moment. I think that was the beginning of my sewing illustration. Today I want to share how to create illustrated fabric with plain white linen. I hope it’s helpful toRead More →
It’s another beautiful Friday. Kids and hubby went where they belong to and I am enjoying this calm morning. Today I would like to share my upcycled jean bag idea. I made 4 crossbody bags for my 3 girls and myself. Other bags I made them before were forgotten but this jean bag has been loved still. (the amount of time and effort really doesn’t matter for the receivers. They only care “the look.” *wink*) Step1. Cut your jean as the picture shown and decorate with colorful fabric stashes. Step2.Iron fusible batting on the wrong side of the jean. Step3.CutRead More →