One of my favorite memories as a little girl, was getting an envelope full of pennies when my parents went to an annual outing in Salt Lake City. We got to stay with my super awesome and super fun grandparents and without fail, I would buy pencils, markers, crayons or anything I thought would work for my love for doodling….oh, how could I forget the last couple of pennies I would save for delicious gummy worms! Yummy! Anyway, I loved writing implements a ton…I mean a TON, which also means I had a TON of them as well. So needless to say, as a child I would have loved, loved, loved a cute Pencil Box Pouch just like this adorable little beauty the talented Elizabeth from Simple Simon and Co. is sharing for her A-Z Series project. Any guesses on what her letter is??? Hehehe…nope, it is “Q” for Quilted Pencil Box Pouch….hehehehe, gottcha!!! Enjoy!
Hi everyone! I am Elizabeth, one half of the duo of sister-in-laws that blog at Simple Simon and Company. We are two girls who married brothers and now have the same name. We also have one hobby that has led to one mission, “to teach the world to sew!” Mostly, because we love it so much!
My letter of the day is Q…and Q stands for Quilting in my world. But it’s also back to school and one thing on all of our family’s back to school lists are pencil pouches! So, this year, Q stands for Quilted Pencil Box Pouches that can bring a bit of handmade love into the classroom.
Want to make one too? Here’s what you will need:
And here’s how you make it. There are tons of tutorials out there for these box pouches, but I am a big fan of hidden seams…so this one has a separate lining that will enclose all those seams.
And then once you make one…you will want to make about 10 more! They are fast and easy and would also make the perfect gifts for any person at any age–you can fill them with just about anything.
Thanks for having us here today! ~Elizabeth
Don’t you just love that little pouch? Me too! I love everything about it! I love the design, the fabric, the zipper, the lining….everything! Thank you Elizabeth for sharing such a fun, useful, trendy and super awesome project with us! You nailed your homework assignment and passed with flying colors! To see more incredible sewing tutorials and to learn about some AMAZING events these Simple Simon ladies head up, make sure to visit their blog Simple Simon and Co.. Prepare yourself to be truly inspired and to get the itch to sew something spectacular.
I just love these ladies. They are so, SO awesome, and I love that I get to call them my blogging buddies! Want to see some of the yummy goodness they have shared with us before…you are going to love these projects! And the best part about them…yes, they are all sewing tutorials, but ANYONE can create these fun projects! So, if you are really wanting to, or even kind of having the desire to learn how to sew, these ladies can teach you in a second! Check out these awesome tutorials…