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I'm Samantha (Sam), a mechanical engineer, seamstress, crafter, & entrepreneur. Enjoy perusing photos of my sewing and craft-related adventures. I hope my blog brings inspiration and happiness to your day!

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a little birdie pouch

little birdie pouch

My sewing brain was rusty, and my sewing table was dusty. That should never happen! So I made a tiny little birdie pouch. Because you can always use another tiny little pouch. This one’s 5″ x 3″… perfect for holding hair ties and chapstick, or my little German vocabulary cards.

I can’t get enough of metal zippers lately… I just love how they look and feel. This one has some age to it, so there’s a slight patina, and I think that makes it even better.

little birdie pouch

It coordinates quite nicely with the bright yellow salt & pepper shakers I bought on a Spring break antiquing adventure last week. They’re amazing!

little birdie pouch

It’s striped on the inside. Tiny birdies and stripes. A good little project for a cold, snowy day.

yellow vintage salt & pepper shakers

And here is another shot of my salt & pepper shakers, because I know you wanted to see more!

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