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Sunday Stash 14 - Fabric Sale

Guwahati, Assam, India
Hello there,


If you're a member of Chezvies Fabrics Club on Facebook, you  maybe aware of the de-stashing that is currently going on in the shop. Make sure that you turn on the notification sign so you won't miss the new post.

Let's take a peek of what fabrics are currently on Sale. 

GREY fat Quarter Bundle - arrows and cats
Grey Cat & Arrows



Yellow Nursery Set Fat Quarter Bundle of 3 - Mickey Mouse, Elsa, Winnie The Pooh fabrics
Yellow Nursery Set


Country Landmark Fat QUARTER Bundle of 3
Paris and London Landmarks

BBQ cooking Theme cotton fabric - sold by half meter
Barbeque (BBQ) Theme

Patchwork Print Purple- sold by half meter
Japan Design Patchwork Print

Anchor Fat QUARTER Bundle of 3
Anchor Set

Stars Fat QUARTER Bundle of 3
Star Bundle
I also added a couple of fabric blenders that you can mix and match them yourself. Some fabrics are sold per half meter and some are already pre cut,  it either comes in bundles or single fat quarter. You can also request for special bundle.

I will be adding more from time to time, as my goal is to reduce my personal collection. Last but not least, if you sign up for Club Member, you will also get Coupon Code that you can use whenever you purchase something. 

Thank you for stopping by!

Have a love day.

~ Elvira ~

More Family Passport Holders

Guwahati, Assam, India
Hello again,

I finally finished this Disney theme Family passport holder for 4. I started the wallet last Sunday. I am currently taking medicine for my chronic allergy which make me very drowsy especially during the morning hours.




This Paris theme is another family passport holder I finished last Sunday. It went out for delivery on Monday but turned out there was a Bharat Bandh. That is a national strike called by the opposition party. 


This one is for 6 passport. I found the fabric during my konmari cleaning session and so happy to find it. I thought I didn't have more of the fabric. 


I think even fabric, every piece of them has their own destiny! I made similar passport holder earlier but I this time I used a different fabric combo. I always try to make every wallet different, so everyone will get special one!

Both the passport holder using the same pattern. I wrote a Tutorial on how to adjust the pattern to make 4 passport holder

I hope the recipient will be happy and love the passport holder! 

Thank you for stopping by!

Happy Crafting

~Elvira~

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What is your favorite wallet?

Guwahati, Assam, India
Hi there,

It's already September and the festival season is started here in India. And also exam season for the sons. The elder one will have Trinity piano exam at the last week of this month. I hope can prepare well, since his midterm exam also will start from tomorrow. 

The sheep double zip wallet

Sewing wise, I finished 2 wallets this week!  One is the double zip wallet from Noodlehead's book the Handmade Style. It's been on my list for quite a while. It was quick and fun sewing. 


I'm quite minimalist when it comes to wallet. I normally carry 2 cards and a few business cards. The double zip wallet has 6 card slots, 1 slip pocket and 2 zipper compartments which can be used to carry your phone! 

Wallet Phone case

I really liked the flap with magnetic snap that keep the 2 zipper compartments together. Here I used a gingham black and white fabric to contrast the cute sheep print that I got from my trip to Japan earlier this year. 

Slim and Minimalist Wallet


The second wallet is the bifold slim wallet. This is my own design/pattern. I found the hexagon print fabric in my stash and I know I am going to make a wallet with it! I used the lacy zipper too!! I think I need to get more of the lacy zippers, I really love it!!


Hexagon Bifold Wallet

This bifold wallet can also hold 6 cards, has 1 zipper pocket and 2 slip pockets. It closes with flap and snap button. I made a pointed flap this time to match the hexagon print.


I finished the wallet with hand sewn binding as always. I decided to stripe bias binding and I love how this wallet turned out! 

What is your fave wallet to carry?

Thank you for stopping by! 

~ Elvira~

Happy Sewing

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