Monday, May 30, 2011

My First Sewing Project: Knitting Needle Roll


Hello friends, hope your weekend was wonderful and enjoyable, filled with joy, happiness and so many crafty creations to amaze me!

I'm so excited now as I am going to show you my FIRST sewing project, which I've dreamed on for a long time: Sewing knitting needle roll!

Using this great tutorial as a guide, I modified a bit and here is my own one:
Not yet many things to put in the case as I've just taught myself how to knit, but it will be great to keep all my knitting tools for the next future :).

Single point needles, circular needles, double points, cable needles and other tools are all in order, very neat.

Needles and other stuff, just some but such a mess before:

They now have an ideal home! So comfy! So happy!

Isn't it lovely? I will spend more time to keep going in knitting, as promised to myself. Also have many crochet projects in waiting, but I've found sewing is really fun too! :). Oh my... how much time is enough for doing all things I love to do? Well, I should take it easy...

Have a gorgeous week ahead everyone!!!

See you soon, x

23 comments:

Mopo said...

Wowww It's wonderful!Good, very very good!
Hugs
Bye

susie said...

How neat !! Very beautiful done !!

Have a nice evening !

Raine and Sage said...

Looks great - and I like your fabric choices. Beautiful colours! I'm sewing to now. It's so much fun.

Josie said...

Wonderful sewing project and it came out perfect! That's great you continue to challenge yourself with new things. I want to sew too, but you're so right, we need to find more time to do all the things we want. Keep doing all these projects that make you happy and thanks for sharing such lovely work. Have a nice week ahead, LS :-) Big hug, Josie

lovestitch said...

Thank you! I do appreciate your lovely words! Hope you have a great day! x

creative kate said...

Well done on the sewing my friend, I've been doing more embroidery
I can't wait to see what you make next!
Kate :)

**Anne** said...

Your knitting roll is fantastic and beautifully sewn.
Anne xx

Ames and Tash said...

Yes it is absolutely lovely and the perfect way to store your knitting treasures :) Ames

Sandy said...

Looks great. I keep trying to get my tools organized, the number of tools keeps growing so they really do need a home.

Donna said...

My dear friend!

What a lovely job you did! Your knitting roll is just beautiful and looks like you did an outstanding job for your first project! And, you did the right thing, Trang, You selected a project easy to do, did a great job, and now will be encouraged to do something more!

Many blessings, Donna
grandma4five

Celeste said...

Salut,
Très beau travail, et très pratique.

Amitiés Celeste.

lovestitch said...

Thank you my friends! I'm so happy with your encouraging words! Thank you!

pattas said...

I agree, so little time and so much to make..:))
I love the needle holder, well done :))
Have a great day :))

T's Daily Treasures said...

Great job for your first project. I don't sew so am amazed when anyone can sew up just about anything. Seems whatever you try your hand at, you are quite successfu. Good for you! Best wishes, Tammy

Sara said...

It is lovely! :)

Sandy said...

Me popping back in making rounds to all on my blog log form Sandy's Space, have a good rest of the wkend.

crochet lady said...

That is a lovely way to keep all your knitting items together and handy. It has been a while since I have done any sewing projects. I mostly stick with my crochet these days.

(un)Deniably Domestic said...

Lovely case. What will you sew next we wonder? ~Kelly

unDeniably Domestic

The Heart in Hand Project

lovestitch said...

Thank you everyone, it's so sweet of you as always!
Have a great day! xo

annielizabeth said...

Turned out great! You are so creative! Well done.

Conny's Cottage said...

Hello,

that is fantastik.

I love taht project.

hugs Conny

KimT said...

nice work!

drenka said...

I love the fabric that you used !! This reminds me that I need to make a roll for my crochet hooks

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