Wednesday, June 12, 2013

washi tape pencil pouch

I love washi tape (just like everyone else) and I am always looking for new ways to use it!  Since I've been known to sew with just about anything (I wrote a book on it!) I decided to try a sewing project with washi tape!

I treated this just like any of my sewing projects that involve sewing with bits and pieces of fabric or paper- lots of layers of color and shapes with messy stitching over the top.

1. I started by cutting a piece of quilt batting to my desired size (I made a pencil pouch but you could make just about anything).

2. Next, using washi tape, I covered my batting with the tape. There are all kinds of ways to do this- create a pattern, make stripes, go wild with pieces of tape, etc.

The best part is that the washi tape sticks to the surface of the batting (obviously) so there is no pinning things into place!

3. Next, I stitched all over the surface of the tape. There are a couple of ways that you could tackle this step- clean straight lines or messy free motion stitching (my preference).

I went WILD with stitching all over the tape and even added more layers of tape!

4. Last, I sewed my quilted "washi tape" surface into a pencil pouch.


21 comments:

  1. oww...I like it so much this idea!You made so creative and artly things!I love your creating style!!!
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  2. Very beautiful!!
    Have a nice day!!

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  3. love the phone pouch!!
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  4. Alisa, these are amazing and fun and COOL!! I love them both, such a great idea!

    Would love that little one for my iphone which has one of your covers on it. I am still excited a month later that my daughter surprised me with this.

    Thanks for sharing another inspiring project with us!!

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  5. Very imaginative and lovely!
    Have a nice day!
    Greetings from Bulgaria!!!

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  7. Thats a very pretty way to make things. Love the wild stitching a lot. Thanks for sharing this.
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  8. So awesome!! I have problems getting washi tape to stick; this is a great way to avoid that problem!

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  9. really cool idea alisa!! love it

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  10. I love this! And I love the creative stitching!

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  11. You are just so dang creative girl...love this project!

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  12. How fun! You are an inspiration. I need to break out the sewing machine this upcoming week while my big kids are at camp Grandma and Grandpa for a week.

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  13. you have the coolest idea ...im going to try this :)

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  14. Great idea !!! wow....

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  15. looks fabulous! I wonder if the washi tape would stay on without sewing... {:-Deb

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  16. You made so creative and artly things!I love your creating style!!!

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