The inside of the pouch has lots of little places to stash great travel sewing kit supplies
A 4 inch pair of scissors in one pocket, cost just under $3.00
A removable pin cushion
Pages for needles
More pages for straight pins and safety pins
And a pocket for notions. One of the notions I tucked in was a mini tape measure I found at a big box store for .99 cents
Figured I might as well make two while I was at it.
I'm pretty excited about these travel sewing pouches. Super easy to do with great instructions and frugal to boot. I'll be making more of these for sure, they would be great gifts for students headed off too college, honeymoon, special trips, fancy cruise, sew many idea's.
Now that hubby is headed back to his current project I filled most of my day taking a software class for the embroidery machine and test driving a lightweight sewing machine. I have been wanting (not needing) a machine that is light enough to travel with, is still a work horse, needed a good warranty, and no mess no fuss service. I do believe I bought what I was looking for.
I hope to play around on the new little girl tonight if I can shake this terrible headache.Tomorrows post will be all about purchasing a sewing machine for yourself or as a gift for someone else. In no way will I be trashing other companies, just sharing what I have found over the past 39 years of sewing!!