On first inspection it doesn't look too bad.
One zip end is pretty good. But the other one is the dog's dinner.
I wanted this pouch to be useful for my partner's hand sewing projects. So I made two pockets inside to hold a mini needle book and pin cushion.
I'll admit I am happy with this bit. And I like the white spotty lining that would allow my partner to see what was in the interior more easily. Over all you would think the pouch was okay.
But it isn't. It isn't just that botched zip end. It isn't just because I have decided I hate the proportions. It is that when I went to press the pouch after sewing the first inner and outer pieces to the zip something came off the iron. Something that wasn't there when I used it earlier. Something that did not come from ironing quilters cotton, or the shirts for himself. Something that the girls deny all knowledge of. I am not pleased!
I got some of the crud off but how on earth do I get the rest off? And do I have enough time to make another, seeing as how I am swanning off to Milton Keynes momentarily to shop, not spend the say sewing?
Oh yes, and apparently Blogger no longer supports my browser - Internet Explorrer 9. That is why I can't post as I usually would and have had to resort to the old system. Well fine! It says I have to have Chrome. What are the differences? I have heard some people comment that they weren't thrilled with Chrome. My IT man is not home. Hell, my brain is going to explode. I'm going shopping!