Iron Craft Challenge #39 – Teeny Tiny bag

I have a bag “issue”. Seriously. I cannot have enough bags. (Call “Hoarders”)

And the bigger the better. My parents speak Spanish, so my Mom always called the big bags “bolsas”.  I love the huge beach bags, and the LL Bean bags.

With that said, I made the smallest bag ever for the challenge.
Scissor case

I need to give credit where credit is due. My inspiration was here:

A lovely little case by A Cuppa and a Catch-up

(what amazing embroidery she does.)

I machine stitched my scissors onto the pouch. And had a ball doing it.

My fabric is part of my stash. I brought this piece back from France, and I will think of that trip every time I see the pouch.
scissor case
My real motivation for the whole thing is the hope that if I keep the embroidery scissors in this case even some of the time, I will be less likely to loose them!

Hope you had fun with the purse challenge!

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