It's Shameless Commerce Tuesday, and instead of promoting new listings from my Etsy shops (I do have a FEW new listings, and I'm hoping to get more posted within a month), I decided to share one of the shop samples I made for The Craft House in Lincoln, NE -- a delightful little fabric and yarn shop!
My first project was a Have It All Wallet, made from a pattern designed by Liesl + Co.. It has pockets, pockets and MORE pockets!
The fabrics were from the Cookie Book collection by Kim Kight for Cotton + Steel. The woven selvage edge says, "Full cookie jar, happy home."
I chose a diamond print for two pocket linings -- a fun little surprise -- and a beautiful navy fabric with just a hint of mint for the card pockets and zipper pocket.
It was a bit of a challenge edge stitching through so many layers, but overall, I am happy with the result.
The shop owner, Allie, provides the fabric. The sample stays in the shop for a few months, and then it's mine. A win-win proposition in my book. And, hence the title of today's post: Will work for fabric!
I'm working on a MUCH larger shop sample project now, but it is still a WIP (work in progress).