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A few wallets


Last week, I was pretty productive. I made a couple of wallets for orders and also finished 2 wallets from my WIP bucket! It feels good to be able to finish a few from the WIP list. 

This pink strawberry wallet is one of my best sellers! There's a Blue and Red one too in the shop. I love making this Nuno Small Wallet and is still my fave wallet to use for everyday, and I made one for my son too! 

Cute Strawberry Wallet

I love this wonderland fabric from Rifle Paper Co. Well, I love all their fabrics and purchased a few fabrics before the pandemic,  but now it's too expensive to buy because the shipping charge is pretty high. Anyway, I recorded the video when I was making this Wonderland wallet. I am still editing it now and hopefully will be able to share it soon! Pattern available HERE. 

Wonderland Bifold Wallet

When making a wallet, choosing the fabric combo always takes a long time for me. Sometimes, I even end up using a different combo than what I initially picked. 
(I had fun making the BTS video below!) 

The second WIP I finished was this Red Floral Wallet. The fabric is from Sevenberry and I love the tiny floral print. This time, I used metal zipper and I love how this turned out. Also for the zipper end, I used the metal zipper end cap. I kinda love it although putting the tiny screw on the cap was a bit hard for me! I need to get the small screw driver! 

Floral Small Wallet

Small Bifold Wallet  

Earlier this week, I went to the Post Office with Meenakshi, from Rustic Origin. We thought we'll check the latest update regarding sending parcel via India Post. It was totally waste of time because the person in charge in the main Guwahati PO were not interested or not willing to help.  So we deciced to go hang out for a bit at the Starbucks at the Brahmaputra Heritage Center. It's good we decided to go there because the view is so good. I think during sunset would be lovely! 

Brahmaputra Heritage Centre

Brahmaputra River

After chilling out in Starbucks we went back to the PO and I still could not send my parcels. I decided to go the the University PO near my house, instead. The lady at the PO is very nice and seems to be well informed, and very helpful. Finally all my packages were on their way. 

In front of the University PO

This week, I will catching up on my Quilting Bee block. I have 2 blocks to finish! Wish me luck! 

Until next time,

Happy Sewing



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Few little things

Days passed so quickly when you're having fun, right? It's July already...happy independence day to all of you in US of A. Summer holidays has started here, and monsoon rains has come too. The good thing about the rain is it makes the summer a bit bearable hehehe...In NE India we have a very humid summer and if there are less rain it means lots of power cut..:D

Yesterday while passing the mighty brahmaputra river, I could see all the ferries. One week rain and the river already full...just hope it won't overflow to the road.

The brats are having summer holidays which means everyday is chaotic days hehehe..Lots of paper cutting, drawing and mask painting.

Anyway, here are few little things I've made sometimes back and haven't got around to post them.

Placemat for the boys...I know it's pink, but doesnt matter since I like pink and they are still small now..:D

The detail crosstitch border. I took the design from a book

Mobile pouch from left over silk brocade fabric. I did the beading too..

Specs cover

Cam cozy

I guess that's all for today...have a great weekends....

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