Thursday, February 9, 2017

The hussif.



I have just finished an hussif which is a kind of portable sewing pouch to keep my needles, pins, scissors and many other things close at hand when sewing. It has a cushion for the pins, can be placed over the arm of the armchair, folds neatly and is attached with a strap and magnetic button. This is the kind of sewing accesorry I love.



 



The pattern is from Sarah Fielke. It is a free bonus for her BOM 2017 subscribers but it is also available from her website.



I made it using L'Atelier Perdu fabrics. I love how it turned out and I am sure that I will use it a lot and will have it with me wherever I go.



Small quilted items like this one are great to make in between longer projects and it is VERY nice to stitch and finish a project in just one day ;-)

Hope you like it as much as I do.

Thanks for stopping by and do not hesitate to leave a comment if you feel like it as I love reading them and discovering who reads my blog :-)

Until later,

41 comments:

  1. Had to do a bit of resetting but at last I can leave a comment. I love seeing what your working on David and love your hussif.

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  2. Amazing project. The fabric is really beautiful and your work is always exact.

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  3. j'adore, en plus avec les beaux tissus de NathalieJO...superbe et très utile ce qui ne gâche rien ;-)
    A bientôt et bons petits points
    Alexandra
    (AtelierFilles)

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  4. Superbe, avec les beaux tissus de nathalieJo en plus, c'est splendide et utile en plus, ce qui ne gâche rien !! ;-)
    A bientôt et bons petits points
    Alexandra

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  5. Awwww, it is sooo sweet !!! I love it :-) You did a wonderful job and your pictures are real eye candy. Thank you for sharing your beautiful needleworks !

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  6. Very nice hussif David. I have never seen one like this. Very convenient.

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  7. It turned out very nice. I love things that are practical.

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  8. It's lovely! (From Minneapolis, USA)

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  9. So the word hussif before but i didnot kwow what is was. Now i know! Thanks for sharing your beautiful and handy gadget. Love your work. Kind regards from Abcoude -Holland, Annemiek

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  10. Vos ouvrages sont toujours très raffinés, j'adore !
    Bonne journée

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  11. Quel superbe ouvrage bien utile, réalisé avec beaucoup de finesse ! Encore une très belle réalisation David

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  12. I love the Hussif David, it is very neat. I always read your blog but very rarely comment on any blogs, but seeing as you asked. I like the photo of you in your November 2016 post, you look like you should be fighting terrorists in the SAS rather than stitching such beautiful things - hope that doesn't sound sexist, it's not meant to be. Sandra - Republic of Ireland.

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  13. That is a very practical item that would be helpful while doing handwork. I think I need to make one right away! Thank you..... ~ Jan

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  14. Un ouvrage toujours apprécié pour son utilité et bien réalisé !

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  15. Superbe et si pratique ! Belle continuation à toi !

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  16. Here in Pennsylvania I believe they are called "housewife". I have seen some beautiful antique ones. Yours, David, looks so well made and practical. I need one as my sewing supplies are scattered all over. Great idea.

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  17. Love that!! I always look forward to your blog posts. You always have such inspiring comments, projects and pictures. Wishing you a great day from North Texas.

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  18. Pero que idea más bonita. Te ha quedado precioso.

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  19. I made mine too, but I love your fabric choice so much, maybe i made a other one.
    Thank you for sharing David.
    Have a nice weekend,
    Evelyne

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  20. J.aime tous ces petits accessoires qui nous accompagnent..c'est un joli choix de tissus pour cet ouvrage!!

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  21. Me encanta!!! Es un trabajo bonito y práctico. Feliz fin de semana.

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  22. pratique et agréable à l'oeil, c'est toujours un plus!

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  23. It is lovely! Very precise and neat work as usual and so handy! I can imagine you will use this often.

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  24. Pratique et joli à la fois.... Ce petit étui est parfait pour coudre au soin du feu..... En tout cas encore un petit objet parfaitement exécuté David... C'est génial..... Merci de nous faire partager tes petites création car c'est à chaque post une belle leçon pour moi..... J'apprends beaucoup grâce à toi.
    Bonnes Vacances.

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  25. Lovely, David--and I really appreciate seeing it in action on the arm of your chair. I live on Adak Island, Alaska, the farthest West city in /america, almost to Russia and the last inhabited island in the Aleutian chain. I was French Colonial Reenactor prior to coming here. See my blogs, http://18thccuisine.blogspot.com/ and http://the-scarlet-thread.blogspot.com/ I love seeing a man do hand work--some of the best designers, artists and needleworkers were men, St. Aubin comes to mind.

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  26. It's gorgeous, I love making things like that

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  27. I like this :-)Thanks for the link.
    I have just found your blog, will be back to explore more!

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  28. I love it David. So I love your pictures of it.

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  29. Lovely and useful project.. Putting your blog on my list.. well done...

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  30. Loved the project you made. Very useful.

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  31. Très joli et utile, en plus !

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