Everything I have been working on has been small recently, sometimes too small and the seam ripper and I have been keeping close company.
After years of the worst contract that I could possibly have ever negotiated it was time to ditch my old phone and enter the iphone world, and to keep it safe in my bag I needed a case. I found some great tutorials at this blog erinerickson.com. I used the iphone sleeve and the ear buds pouch. They are easy, straightforward tutorials, but do check the size of your phone against the pattern. Each model seems to change dimensions, I have 4s and I unpicked my seams for 1/4'' and squeezed it in eventually.
The fabric scrap came from a special tiny Flickr swap with a farmer in USA with vitnage scraps from me and vintage scraps from him and canine print was a treasure. I cut a sliver off my Center City Los Angeles Uptown, I am saving the rest for a Tova, just 2 meters will make a size small. I also used Robert Kaufman Quilter's Linen which is a very useable grey blender print and despite the name it is 100% quilter's cotton weight. The ear buds case is Field Study Mind's Eye in Toast- just shows how those big prints also work small. All the new fabrics are from he every helpful Annie at Village Haberdashery.
When I was 12, my favourite book was this...
No surprises there! You can share your favourite childhood book in the comments for a touch of nostalgia.