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{ NEW PATTERN } - CARD WALLET ORGANIZER & TESTER PHOTOS

Yay! Finally now the pattern is LIVE on Craftsy, Etsy and Chezvies. It will be on SALE until I come back from my trip to Japan by End of January. 


First of all I want to thank all my friends for generously help me testing the pattern and also for their invaluable input/comments which help me in perfecting the pattern ❤❤
The pattern features : 12 or 16 cards slots, 2 flap styles included in the pattern templates, 2 zipper pockets and 2 slip pockets, clear step by step instructions with graphics and photos. 
In my previous post I mentioned about the fabulous tester result by my generous facebook friends. Now you will get to see them and what they think about the pattern. Let's Start! 
Maria of Miacreates  was the first one to post and I love how neat her work is. It's simply perfect. You will love all her shabby chic style creations. Here's her comments about the pattern :Great pattern and love the inside concealed zipper




 Sudha Sekhar from Madras Motifs always come up with someth…

Coming Soon ~ Card Wallet Organizer Pattern

I'm so excited to announce that my second PdF Pattern is coming  real soon. Right now it's being tested by my fabulous Facebook Friends (I love facebook for that!!) 
The tester photos have been coming out really fabulous!! I love how everyone is using different kind of fabrics and each one is so fantastically pretty. (sneak peek photos soon!!)
I have made few wallets from this upcoming pattern few months ago (here and here)
Pattern making is a learning process for me. Even if I wrote several tutorials before, but selling pattern is totally different. There is a certain degree of  responsibility that I feel. Maybe it's just me, but I want those who buy my pattern will feel "yes, it's worth it".  From my First Pattern I learned  how to convey what's in my head  with less confusing sewing terms or less confusing photo angles. I tried my best to use a simple English that can be understood by non English speaker. 


This time around, I learned to make graphics …

Small Family Travel Wallet

I made smaller version of the Family Passport Wallet. Instead of 6 passports, I made the 4 passport slot version. And it turned out really cute. I think I'm going to make more for the shop. 
Many family travels the world together. Our family travel to Indonesia every summer holidays to visit my Mom and sisters. Keeping documents in one place in very necessary when you travels in group. So many documents to keep, from e-ticket print outs, hotel bookings, multiple boarding passes if you change flight multiple times, foreign currencies, etc.

This travel wallet is perfect to help you organized while traveling. No more searching through numerous envelopes or pockets to get your travel documents. 

If you already purchased the pattern, you can modify it  by omitting the middle passport slot and lining pieces. Reduce the main panel length by 1" and reduce the flap width by 1" too. That will give you cute family passport holder perfect for family of 4 . 
Passport Wallet Pattern av…

Hello 2017

Hello, I hope you all have a great start in 2017. Last year was a lot of great fun and achievements, if I may say so. As family we traveled and explored quite a lot too. 
And as crafter, I crossed 2 things from my bucket list i.e I decided to branch out from Etsy and started my own webstore and I released my first Pattern.

In December, my friend Prabha Mathew of  Quiltaholics conducted a workshop on my Family Passport Wallet in The Square Inch studio (by Tina Katwal) in Chennai. 

It was a great fun and success. They sent me these pictures and they made my day!! I wish I could be there in person ^^ 

So, if you're in Chennai or visiting Chennai, get in touch with The Square Inch (TSI). They have many fun classes going on. 

Meanwhile, my year starts with my next pattern is being tested right now and hopefully by next week (which is hubby's birthday) I will be able to release it! I'm so excited and nervous. This time, the pattern will use colourful diagrams.  It's fast &a…

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