Workday Wednesday

This week I cut out the pieces for a dress that Little Girl asked me to make. She loved this one so we found a similar pattern and fabric. Love that the dress pattern has pockets!
I finished the slew of zip pouches that I was working on last week. Stand up triangle ones…
And, flat ones. The previously posted tutorial is for these flat ones. You can really make them any size you want. Just vary the size of the zipper you have. Those 2 little ones were made specifically because I had 2 yellow 5 inch zippers…
And, I finished the hoop I started last week too
All this between 4 tennis matches and running kids to camps and such. Thank goodness Big Girl can now drive, such a help! Won all my tennis matches, by the way. YAY! Teresa


Melody said...


Your work is so beautiful. Do you have an Easy or Ebay store.



MissesStitches said...

I love all your projects, Teresa! That baby embroidery hoop is priceless.

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Thanks Melody, I do have an etsy shop, pouches are not in it yet, soon though!

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Thanks Misses Stitches, they were all fun to make. :)

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