Well, due to many different mishaps (most of them in my head) my mom's Mother's Day gift didn't get finished until Tuesday :/
I decided on the Triple-Zip pouch from A Quilter's Table. The tutorial can be found HERE.
I have made one of these before for myself. You can read about it HERE.
My mom loves the 1930's reproduction fabrics. Especially the red, blue and yellow ones :)
I thought this little pouch would be perfect for all of my parents little weekend getaways.
***I modified the pattern a little bit this time around. I used heavy fusible Pelon instead of fusible fleece. I also made the whole thing wider. The original pattern calls for the pieces to be cut at an 8" width. I increased all widths to 10" (my tooth brush gave me trouble getting into the original). I also added a 1/2" to the main exterior fabric length. The measurement I ended up using for the main exterior print was 10"x10". Other than that, I used her tutorial to the the letter. ...oh wait, I did finish it off a little differently than she recommends. You can see what I did on my previous Triple-Zip Pouch :) ..blogged HERE.