Unnecessarily replacement

Did I need one? No, my old needle book (the one with flowers) was still perfectly fine. But when I saw a very nice tutorial for a quilted needle book, I wanted to make myself a new one anyway. Now I can't find that tutorial again. But you could use my tutorial for a needle book and then quilt it by hand. Anyone interested in getting my old needle book?

5 comments:

Tartaruga said...

It would be a real pleasure to own your old beautiful needle book! I've been in need of one since ages, but for any reason I never use my time to make one, so I still don't have one.
I follow your blog from Galicia, in Spain since years ago. :)

Cathy Trahan said...

Your old needle book could be my new needle book. I have a little pouch for each of my portable projects that come and go with me throughout the week. One knitting project, one handsewing project, and one paper project - all keep a smile on my face as I patiently wait here or there for kids' classes to end. To open up my sewing project and see your book would be a treat. :)

Yvonne said...

Ziet er mooi uit Kristel, goed gelukt!!

Carla Killens said...

Dat oude naaldenmapje daar kan je toch niet van scheiden.... dat is zo lieflijk, hou het lekker zelf en geef het door aan één van je dochters; maar stel nu dat je er echt echt echt vanaf wil, wel, dan stel ik me kandidaad *Ü*

uitkijk said...

Zelfde gedachten als Carla! Weet nog dat ik dacht bij de eerste die ga ik ook maken, leuk voor op reis, yeps ik reis nu rond met een plastic doosje in een plastic zakje verschrikkelijk! Tweede is ook heel leuk geworden. Prachtig de zeemeerminnen stof van je dochter!