Consider Other Options if You Don’t Like Hand Embroidery!
Strips of beautiful fabric are accented with embroidery in this gorgeous pouch. It’s sized to fit a tablet but also is lovely for take-along projects and even as a clutch purse.
The embroidery, using a variegated thread, is such a pretty touch. But what if you don’t do hand embroidery? If your machine has embroidery stitches play on scraps to create a lovely design of your own.
This also provides the opportunity to showcase a pretty vintage linen on the flap, or consider a small applique motif.
Just because the embroidery on the pouch follows the curve of the flap doesn’t mean it has to. Experiment with placement until your version looks right.
The finished pouch, designed by Lauren from Molly and Mama, is approximately 11 1/2″ wide x 8″ tall when folded closed.
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