Monday, May 18, 2009

My Big Day at MODA!!!

It's finally done! Wow coming up with your own pattern and writing a tutorial for it is way more time consuming than I thought. Anyhow, it's finally done, so go on over to Moda's cute blog and let me know what you think, I can take it, really I can!

To celebrate my first post over at MODA, I'll be having a giveaway on Wednesday, so be sure to come back for a chance to win.

22 comments:

rachel griffith said...

you did great!!!
:D

Joanna said...

You did wonderful!

My name is Cheryl said...

Congrats on your guest spot over at MODA. I am off to look at it.

onlymehere said...

I saw this over there last night and was very impressed with it!! I'm working on a missionary sewing kit kind of similar right now. The hard part is finding fabric I like that isn't too feminine bz he's a boy, LOL! Congratulations!!

AnnieOfBlueGables said...

It is cute, but they don't have a print friendly button. It is hard to make something that is 9 pages long by jumping up from the machine, hurrying over to the computer and reading the next instruction. I was hoping you might have one here.
congratulations. This will make a darling girl graduation gift, I think, especially if I tuck money into it, doncha think?
~a

Rachel said...

You did such an awesome job!!! I love the bake shop!

Carrie said...

great job!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

What a great job - congratulations!

frillsfluffandtrucks said...

Great job!!!

~Sarah

The Graves' House said...

well done!

Jenny said...

cute!!! Good Job!!

AnnieOfBlueGables said...

Making a tutorial is a very hard thing to do. Congrats on the excellent job. Thanks also for telling me about the Printer Friendly button which has been added. I can't wait to try one.
have a great day.
~a

Jennifer said...

I love the tutorial. I can't wait to make one myself!

Tausha said...

Looks awesome. I so need that. I have such HUGE purses-I can NEVER Find my cell phone. I just hook this baby to the strap and stick it inside and then I could always find my phone!!!
Great idea-love the fabric and I am sure the tutorial is awesome. ALl of your tutorials are awesome!!!

Cami said...

The circle quilt was super easy. All I did was wonder under large circles onto courderoy and stitch around it with a quarter inch seam, then quilt it.
We are done house hunting. We are building in Hooper by my sister.... a little nerdy (can't I find my own neighborhood?) I would love to live closer to you guys. Hooper isn't too far, right? You will have to help me accessorize my new house. :)

Mercy Ottis/The Stone House said...

COngrats again! i did hop over to moda, and that was fun! I want to go back. I would like to try to make ones of these and use it for an ipod. thanks! ♥

joelandbecca said...

You are so talented! It almost tempts me to learn how to sew! ha!

Aubrey said...

yay for getting it done!

Jen said...

Woot! Woot! Your a Famous Amos! Good job on the tutorial! I'm starting a sewing group in my ward and this would be a perfect lil' project!

Melody said...

Love your tutorial. I am going to make some for myself and gifts. Thanks!

123sonsMom said...

Love this! What a great idea. Just wish I could sew. :-)

Valerie said...

Hello, I love your tutorial and I already made one for my daughter's cell phone. You can see it on my blog (sorry, it's in French...)

http://valstuff.canalblog.com/