Tuesday, April 14, 2015

And what I made with it...

In yesterday's blog post I showed you the larger version of a new design for the April Stitchery Club patterns...

...and told you I'd be using it in a sweet project with lace and pockets.

Over the course of Monday afternoon I was able to bring an idea from my imagination into reality, and the final display was even prettier than I'd hoped!
Would you like to see my simple sewing caddy?

Last month Mr E bought me a sensible sewing chair as I spend many hours each day working on my designs. Shoulder, knee, and back pain tend to set in more often than not and he decided it was very important that I am comfortable as I work.
Aren't I blessed?! 
So here is where I stitch in my new chair, and now I have a lovely new sewing caddy to lay over the arm...

But I can also lay my caddy flat on the coffee table beside me if I like...

It has four pockets and a pincushion...

Perfectly pretty, and very very useful...

I'm thinking of making another and doing a tutorial as it's fairly easy and would be lovely for yourself or as a gift.
Let me know in the comments if you'd like to see a tutorial for the caddy, ok?

No sewing today.
I'm late with writing the Stitchery Club patterns because I was naughty yesterday and got sidetracked with making my teapot house caddy.
Must stay on task today, though!
Might need to close my eyes as I walk past the fabric shelf...but oooohhh....

Hugs



36 comments:

  1. Hi Jenny
    This is another gorgeous project and I would love if you made a tutorial for it. Your chair looks very comfy!
    xx

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  2. Mr. E. is such a nice fella! Great chair. That would be a wonderful shoebox gift, if ONLY I had a tutorial. LOL

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  3. Gorgeous project and very useful for those who love to stitch. Can't wait to see it on Friday!

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  4. How sweet!! Can't wait for Friday. Have a happy day.

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  5. I have friends who would be delighted to receive this caddy as a gift. I love checking in on your blog. You are so creative and come up with such cute projects.
    swalker287(at)aol(dot)com

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  6. Yes please for tutorial. Beautiful

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  7. I would love a tutorial. You even have a yo-yo on it and I love yo-yo's. You do the best tutorials--easy to understand and very detailed. Love you, Jenny. And I am just a bit jealous of the chair. Lovely!

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  8. Yes Please Jenny
    I would love a tutorial
    You are amazing...it looks so easy!
    Have a great day!

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  9. Yes Jenny, a tutorial would be great. It looks lovely and useful as well.

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  10. Yes I would love to see this as a tutorial. I definitely need one of these!

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  11. Very thoughtful of Mr. E o get you a good chair. I am sitting in my Red Leather Ekorness chair right now. Yes please, a tutorial for this lovely and practical sewing caddy. Your stitching is so sweet.

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  12. love the teapot caddie! what a brilliant idea!
    yes, i think a tutorial would be great also :))
    you are so, so clever!
    thanx for sharing

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  13. Yes please Jenny! A tutorial would be lovely for this gorgeous project xx

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  14. It's beautiful Jenny - such fun to have a tutorial to make it.

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  15. I love it....Very nice indeed...I call my comfy chair my lazy chair...As I love to sit in it and be lazy and stitch...Which is a luxury when I get to do so...I need to make an armchair caddy myself...

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  16. That's just so pretty. A tutorial would be great. I'm sorry I don't comment more often, for some silly reason I tend to 'think' that you know I read your blog every day. (That's old age catching up with me!) I love your designs. I do a lot of embroidery, but in recent years I've concentrated on stitch 'painting' but you have inspired me to go back to outline embroidery, and I'm really enjoying it, so thank you. Blessings

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  17. Just lovely and a tutorial would be lovely as well. I, too, must focus today and shut my eyes as I walk by the sewing room.

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  18. Very very pretty Jenny and a tutorial would be lovely please. xx

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  19. I love the caddy! That is something that I really should make for myself. My tools and pins are always falling down into the sofa. I would love to see a tutorial.

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  20. I absolutely love that sewing caddy! I'm trying to figure out how to make one for me, so a tutorial would be really appreciated :) Thanks in advance!

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  21. Jenny I love the over the arm caddy and will have to make one. Coming up on summer here so won't want something on my lap.

    You come up with the best ideas.

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  22. Sooooo pretty. A tutorial would be wonderful.

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  23. Would absolutely love to see a tutorial on the armchair caddy. I have been looking at other ideas and none of them gave me that AHH HAA feel. However, yours is absolutely perfect. I showed my loving hubby your stitching chair. Maybe it will give him ideas...

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  24. Lovely creatively - the colours blend just beautifully xx

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  25. Such a darling project! Would love to see a tutorial!
    A supportive chair while sewing & stitching can certainly increase the enjoyment of a project! Lucky you!

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  26. This is so sweet. I just love it. You are so clever.

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  27. Would love to see a tutorial. Love all your projects.

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  28. Yes please on the caddy tutorial! It's beautiful...

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  29. Would love to see a tutorial for the caddy! can't wait.

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  30. I would love a tutorial as your caddy is quite unique and very practical for us stitchers. Another clever Jenny idea.

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  31. Jenny darling this is just beautiful - I love all the stitched detail, it really shows off the design well! Yes to a tutorial!

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  32. It's just gorgeous Jenny, I love all the sweet pockets and the little touches of lace. The fabric you used is very very pretty. I would LOVE to have a tutorial for this project.

    Hugs
    Wynneth
    X

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  33. Oh yes....a tutorial would be wonderful.

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  34. It is beautiful and would be lovingly used. I would love to see a tutorial for it. Thank you. Have a great week end Shirley

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  35. Yes, please, Jenny, I would love a tutorial! I have been wanting to make a armchair caddy for a long time.

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  36. Jenny, the sewing caddy is precious. Yes, please share a tutorial. What a nice gift for my sweet aunts.

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hugs
Jenny
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