Hello and Happy Tuesday! Today is a fun day because it is Kate’s Scrap Happy round up day:). For my Scrappy project I would like to share with you my beautiful Scrap Happy needle case.
I am part of a shoebox swap Christmas gift exchange. I have been getting ready all year. My swap friend said she needed a needle case. Sew…I made her one! Isn’t it cute?
For my inspiration I used a pattern from Nana Company that can be found here. I didn’t really follow her instructions as much as I just kind of looked at them for inspiration. It measures 7″x4″.
I sewed my tiny 1 1/2″ scraps to make the front. I drew a free hand Needles on it and stitched it using an easy back stitch with double the thread.
The back is just a single piece of fabric with quilting and a button closure:). But the really fun part is the inside.
Each page has a bit of lace for embellishment. Isn’t it pretty?
I found this lace as I was rummaging through my ribbon and lace scrap drawer for embellishments. I knew it would be perfect!
I cut around the flowers and then sprayed them on the back with Scotch permanent fabric adhesive. I did this on top of a paper towel to keep my table clean. Then I glued them to the wool page. Easy!!
I just loved making this SWEET little needle case! I think I might have to make another for me:)
I hope you have a Happy Scrappy Day!