Here Kitty Catty…Caddy!

I love my new Cell Phone Catty!
I whipped her up over the weekend and she’s already added *sew* much dazzle to my day.
I smile every time I pick up my purse.




Isn’t she cute?  I made her using the Cell Phone Catty pattern from Cotton Ginnys.Wanna see the back side?

I know I’m going to have to make more of these.

Oooohhh…great gift-making is in the works!  Cell Phone Catty will make a great Christmas present for my daughter and quite a few other people.

I was surprised at how easy it was to make this pattern.  The directions are very well written, but it is important to read them ALL the way through before beginning.

A sewing machine with zig-zag capability is recommended but not required (you can do all straight stitching if you want).

One thing I did differently from the pattern — I did not use sew-in Velcro.  I used the new Fusion Velcro (that is a permanent fusible).  Good stuff! Sew Thankful does not have it in stock yet, but should very soon.

Another thing I think will be helpful — next time I’m going to use Quilter’s Vinyl to trace off the pattern templates.  I made this one using KWIK Trace, and it worked OK…but for these smaller pieces and for the required placement markings, using Quilter’s Vinyl should work much better.

Want to see the Cell Phone Catty pattern?  Click here.
Want to see more fresh & fun Cotton Ginnys patterns?  Click here.

My first Wonder Wallet

I finally did it! I found/made time to make my first Wonder Wallet by Joan Hawley of Lazy
Girl Designs
. The pattern is very easy and well-written. In such a short period of time I had a finished item that is functional and attractive.  OH YEAH…I have plans to make gifts from this pattern!

I made the contrasting heart-shaped yo-yo as a base to my button.  Here it is:


I used Clover’s Small Heart-Shaped Yo-Yo maker to make my yo-yo.

Here’s a view of the inside: