Zipper Pouch Tutorial for Aurifil


Hand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses

 

Ohhh, I love making little pouches out of my favourite scraps. I couldn't stand the thought of fabric being wasted and I also love that these pouches give a little insight about what project I was working on recently. Hahahaha, always lots of sweet little pink prints. Mostly Heather Ross these days but you might have guessed that already...

I had quite a few of you ask me how I am making them and especially how I quilt them in the end. So I was super excited when Aurifil offered me the chance to write a little tutorial for their blog. Please head over to Auribuzz for the tutorial and lots of tips and tricks, it's such a sweet little project showing off your favourite fabric and thread of course. 

Hand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses

Hand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon RosesHand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon RosesHand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon RosesHand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses

It's all in the detail! So these little crosses become something of a trademark for me and my projects over the past few years.

Such an easy way to make a project even more special and a great excuse to pull out my rainbow of Aurifil thread. For these I love using Aurifil 12wt, the texture it creates is just perfect. 

Hand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon RosesHand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses

Hand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon RosesHand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon RosesHand quilted zipper pouch tutorial by Laura Cunningham of Sweet Cinnamon Roses

Ohhh, I hope you like them as much as I do. And if so, please jump over and read the full tutorial over with Aurifil. I will definitely make many, many more of them... 

Thanks so much to Aurifil for giving me the chance to write for your wonderful blog. It's been an absolute honour and I am excited to continue working with you. 


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