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Liberty and Euclid Petal Pouch.

Another project in the recent Making magazine from Maddermade (same issue with my native coaster project), was this great Petal Pouch pattern by Noodlehead. Of course I had to make one–in Liberty and Euclid.

LIberty and Euclid Petal Pouch

It’s such a cute little pouch that comes in two different sizes. This is the larger one.

LIberty and Euclid Petal Pouch

I used a Liberty print on the outside and some of my own euclid on the inside.

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I whipped this guy up pretty quickly one afternoon and gave it to my mom for her birthday. I think pouches like this are handy for just about anyone.

LIberty and Euclid Petal Pouch

Unfortunately the issue is sold out, but the good news is that Noodlehead has released a PDF of the pattern on her site. You can find it here.

I plan to make many more.

LIberty and Euclid Petal Pouch

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Maddermade Making Magazine.

Native Coasters in Maddermade Making

I was delighted to contribute a project to the new Maddermade Making Magazine. It’s such a beautiful, beautiful book with many inspiring projects ranging from knitting to sewing to cooking and much more. The theme for this first issue is flora, a great theme that resulted in some super lovely projects. In addition to that, the photography and styling by Carrie Bostick Hoge of Maddermade could not be any more elegant, enticing or inspiring. It is all so incredibly lovely.

Maddermade Making Magazine

My project, Native Coasters, is a fun weekend project full of color and texture.

Native Coasters in Maddermade Making

I liked pairing linear piecing with flora-esque and hand drawn fabrics. I used some new euclid, one of the newer doe pieces, some crosshatch from architexturesNative Coasters in Maddermade Making

and some bold carkai on the back for a nice contrast.

Native Coasters in Maddermade Making

Native Coasters in Maddermade Making

I loved playing up the texture in both the fabric substrates, the prints and the quilting/hand tying itself. Small projects like these are perfect for experimenting and having fun.

Native Coasters in Maddermade Making

Unfortunately, this first issue is already sold out, BUT the good news is that issue #2 is on the horizon, and I’m sure it’ll be just as worthwhile.

Native Coasters in Maddermade Making

(All photos by Carrie Bostick Hoge.)

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Euclid Open Wide Pouches

These Euclid Open Wide Pouches were a blast to make. In fact, I’ve made several more since making these…and have given them all away. It’s a super good project and a great gift.euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

I found out about this project after someone sweet made one for me. I loved using mine so much that I knew I’d have to find an excuse to make many more. The sizes are great, but the way they stay open and hold so much makes them super functional as well.

euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

The pattern is a free tutorial from Noodlehead (found here). There are 3 different sizes and an option to piece the exterior panels. Of course, I went for the route that allowed for more fabric. Because that is fun.

euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

I used some of my new Euclid fabric on the outside and some Carkai on the inside.

euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

The zippers are all from Zipit.

euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

euclid open wide pouches . carolyn friedlander

Pattern : Open Wide Pouch by Noodlehead (free tutorial)

Fabrics : Euclid, Carkai

(Photos by Alexis Wharem of Greenprint Photography.)

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