The very last piece of my Folsky Flannels Fat Quarter
As soon as it got avaible I got a Fat Quarter of Folsky Flanels and I intend to turn it into Menstrual Pad for sale.
After cutting all the pads (which by the way are still waiting to be sewn) I saved every piece, then I made a little soft ball for the baby of my partner of the Christmas Exchange for Spanish bloggers, and still, save the little scraps left. And then, on last Friday, after my first expo in Costa Rica for the cloth diapers and eco-products, I went to a terrible phase of anguish thinking that I had loosed all my product (which were in a suitcase), so after I recover all my stuff, I need to release all that stress and I went to my sewing machine for conmort, and as always, I found it.
I made this tiny bag for my bobbypins and other hair related accessories to go into my purse and not to have all lost in it. I printed it myself using rubber stamps from Wee Gallery and Norajane, and inside I used one of my last little little scraps of the Folsky Flanels, by the way, I always think the inside fabric is as important as the rest of the fabric in a project, even when is not shown to the world, it is for you, you do see it every time you open that purse/bag/shirt and it does make a difference for you, or at least for me.
I reed on Sew Liberated about the new book by Ana Maria Horner and I can't wait to see it, so I hope to get one soon.
So happy sewing to you all.