Tuesday, 10 January 2017

One mini quilt = one pouch -- # 2

In the last days of 2016, I made a few pouches. On that occasion, I inaugurate a new series of posts on the blog about mini quilts. What's the connection between pouches and mini quilts?  Well, at the beginning, each of these pouches was a mini quilt.
 If you want to see the first one, please go here.
Today is the turn of the second mini quilt to be presented.
I named it Serenity.


As you may see, I improvised a simple patchwork design, sewing a few strips and scraps of painted fabrics from my stash. I wanted that the quilting to contribute to the calm feeling inspired by the soft color combination.


The pouch made from it is so delicate!


On the pouch back I played alternating a few lines with unequal zig-zag stitches.
It was another quick project I so loved to do. 

Have a beautiful day, my dears!

2 comments:

Bernie Kringel said...

Oh my gosh! 'This one is so pretty too. What a great series!

Silvia said...

This is my favorite one, because the painted fabrics, so nice in strips. The back catch my eye with tthe stitch.

Post a Comment