52 prompts to blog every week : Week 1412:56 PM
Yay! Its week 14 and we are still going strong!!!
Isn't that awesome?
Today we are talking about sharing tutorials. You can download the entire list in PDF format here.
I am going to share an old tutorial here today. I wrote it on the Sew Mama Sew blog a while back. Its for my favorite Samosa Pouches. They make a wonderful and quick gift!!!
Fabric: Some scraps in colors that you desire; I chose to use saffron, white and green, the colors of the Indian Tricolor Flag!
2 pieces 6.5” x 6.5” for lining
2 pieces 2” x 4” for zipper ends
Batting: 2 pieces 7.5” squares
Bias Tape/Ribbon: 15” for the loop
Zipper: With length more than 7” (I used the one I had on hand; its 16” long!)
Thread for quilting: I used Aurifil #2150, #2000 2FF and #2870 in 28 wt for the quilting and #2021 in 50 wt for piecing.
1. The first step will be to put together a quilt block of 6.5” square size. You could make blocks and quilt them or, like me, you could use your scraps to quilt-as-you-go the blocks and then trim them down to 6.5” square. I used scraps in saffron/orange for one side and green for the other.