Craft Cases

It seems we are always looking for somewhere to keep our things safe and in order. A place for scissors, threads, needles, glue, and paper pieced things that aren't quite finished. We have just had a shipment of craft cases arrive. There is a reason we love these cases over other sewing boxes, not only because they can hold all the bits and pieces, but because they can be covered. That is, they can have fabric stitched to the outside of the case. Which means you can absolutely make it your own. Below is an example of the things that can fit into one half of these cases, and next to it is Mary-Anns covered case. She paper pieced some hexagons with Tilda fabric to make a pretty cover. You could even embroider fabric to cover your case if you like. All you need is a bit of patience and a curved needle. Even as I write this I'm appreciating the irony, because mine is still three quarters stitched on and has been for six months. I must get on with it!

The inside of Prue's case, and the outside of Mary-Anne's case.

The inside of Prue's case, and the outside of Mary-Anne's case.

Two different cases.

Two different cases.

Inside the first half of the case.

Inside the first half of the case.

Inside the other half of the case.

Inside the other half of the case.