January 10th

In yet another situation of me reading and rushing, I purchased a yard of fleece instead of flannel for this project. The result is okay — which I dolled up with a vintage frog clasp instead of buttons and some red trim. And yet, I’ll be making this month’s Fabric By Fabric project again.

January 12 project

With flannel.

January 12 project

That said — the entire project took less than an hour. It requires cutting squares, sewing simple lines and being able to trim. Anyone — yes, you! — can do this if they want to. Looking forward to seeing what you create!



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6 Responses

  1. I like the look of it! Looks small, friendly and vaguely skunkish 😉 Amazing how the fabric can change how a design looks!

    I’m determined to bust stash on this sew along, so I’ll be using up some old pillow-case remnants and some leftover flannel bits from making baby bibs.

  2. Fantastic effect and great use of a vintage closure!

  3. What is it? I’m not following the sew along.

  4. That is really different than the flannel, interesting. Since it doesn’t fray it looks almost more like it is pin tucked. Too bad I have zero need for clutches in my life!

  5. Yay, I learned to make chenille!