Daughter #2 has been out in Idaho for a couple weeks working for her aunt and uncle with their fireworks business. She'll be home after the 4th of July sometime but this has been a good little trial run for her of living away from home. AND it was the first time ever that she flew in a plane. For a girl who has some anxiety issues, she did great. She texted and sent pics along the way, and at one point said she "was tempting fate by flying in 2 planes on the same day." Silly girl!
Thanks to Ms. Devyn who helped her from Minneapolis to Salt Lake City. She sort of adopted our daughter at the airport check-in kiosk when she found out they were both flying to SLC. It was nice that she didn't have to worry so much. I love it when we find good people along our roads in life.
She needed some storage items to keep everything corralled since she'll be gone for 5-6 weeks. So I made her this zipper pouch so that she can keep her AP summer homework all in the same place.
Once you make one of these you'll see how quick they sew up.
And how easy it is to make whatever size you need.
It might become slightly addicting too.
- Bag tutorial is the Open Wide Zipper Pouch from Noodle-head.
- This one I made large enough for a regular size spiral notebook.
- Inside lining fabric thrifted from the backing of this quilt.
- Denim is thrifted from a pair of jeans that we cut off to turn into a pair of shorts. Cut open the legs and square it up.
- Zipper from my stash too.