Friday, November 16, 2012

Various Sightings

It's been a while since I shared Triple-Zip sightings {here and here}, so I hope you'll bear with me! I actually blame Leanne of shecanquilt, who made TWO this week! But before I show off some zips, I'll just mention how crazy it is to see your project on a post where you need a translator (from Portuguese) to read about it, like I did on Criar com Tecidos. A metric converter would also be a necessity for a reader of "Create with Fabrics" to make my tutorial. Lovely.

The tutorial was also shared on Ninth Street Notions, along with other fat quarter projects; at Sew Pretty Sew Free, where free tutorials are shared every day; on Lola Pink's Great Tutorials(!) board on Pinterest; and on Sew, Mama, Sew!'s Sew It! ~ Bags board! Humbling to be sure.

So on to the actual pouches. First, Grandma G outdid herself and made her fourth Triple-Zip!
Triple-Zip Pouch

Deb of Trio Stitch Studio resized it and made one using some delicious fussy-cutting.
Triple-Zip Pouch - Sewing Summit Zipper Pouch Swap

And Leanne, like I said, made two this week! I just love her use of patchwork!
Triple Zipper Pouch 

Triple Zipper Scrappy Pouch

While I'm at it, I might as well mention the fun convo I 'overheard' about my matched binding tutorial. {here}. And I quote: "...check out her post on Striped Binding...another clever technique." And regarding the striped binding tutorial, "The striped binding looks like way too much work." Cracked me up.

And to wrap up this self-gratification post, check out SharHen's very own Mod Angles Cushion also made with my newest tutorial! This is the first I've seen, and it made me so happy!
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22 comments:

Leanne said...

It is always so fun to see how each project is different even starting with the same excellent instructions. Thanks for the tutorial, I know why Grandma G is on her 4th bag.

Grandma G said...

Well, that's whatcha get for writing such a great tutorial! :) I'm actually considering #5. They're just so addictingly fun to make! They're also very handy to use!

Heidi Staples said...

Hooray for your creative ideas, Debbie!!

Carla said...

Congrats on your success Debbie ; )
I'm sure it was just over a year ago we "met" on the small blog meet, and look at you now!!
Love your blog

Lori said...

I have to try this triple zip pouch out!

Kristin said...

http://p8ntingmom.blogspot.com/2012/11/quick-easy.html. I made one last week too! Super easy tutorial to follow. Just bought more zippers to make another! Thank you!

Heather D. said...

Wonderful! The fussy cut pouch is adorable.

Cille said...

It IS a great bag Debbie :)

Nicole said...

Imitation is high praise! Congrats, Debbie, on inspiring others!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

All fabulous! congratulations Debbie!

Annabella said...

Good for you Debbie!! Can I mention a double sighting? Leanne mentioned in 2 consecutive posts in my reader (the other was The Quilting Edge!

Toni said...

So many fun pouches! And that pillow cover is beautiful. What a thrill to see so many mentions. Must mean you're doing something right!

Katy Cameron said...

That Leanne, such a bad influence ;o) Great job by all :o)

Rosa said...

So awesome pouches.congrats to all the ladies !

Lynne said...

How fun to find your projects all over the world! They all look great!!!

Svetlana said...

oh, how fun!!! All the pouches look wonderful!

Patti said...

You are just so clever and so is everyone else who made those triple zip pouches. I just HAVE to make one. I'm going to order zips right now so I can. Fabric? I have LOADS of fabric that I have never used.

Kim said...

I really want a double or triple zip pouch and thanks for all the eye candy and inspiration!!!!!!

A Girl said...

Very cool! I have been thinking of making some of those triple zip pouches for christmas gift, they are just so cute.

Simone de Klerk said...

Beautiful versions of your pattern! Still on my list! I even have the fabrics Grandma G used.
Off to have a look at you other tutorial.

Simone de Klerk said...

LOVE how you made the HST blocks! What a great idea. I just pinned it, so I won't forget.

Marci Girl said...

Love all those projects, so fabulous!