Yesterday we had a snow day here in the Northeast and there’；s a nice， fresh coating of white snow –； just enough to make everything pretty!？ Right after taking down the Christmas decordecorative pillow shams， things can look pretty bare. ？But， I’；m not quite ready to bring out “；all things spring”；. ？So I decided to do a few easy projects to work through January and February.？ The first thing I made was this Silver White Winters Glitter Canvas to display on my winter mantel.
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Many times, I just need a small container for my phone and my ID, and it has to be able to go through a little wear and tear. ?Looking through the remnants section of my local fabric store, I found some teal poly vinyl so I decided to make a waterproof pouch for my cell phone and the few cards I usually carry. ?I first made an unlined version (https://www.instructables.com/id/Cell-Phone-Pouch/), and then I decided to take it up a notch with a second version and added some medium weight cotton lining.I hope you find this helpful! ?All of this tutorial can be made on a standard sewing machine, but for ease, I would suggest making this version on a walking foot industrial sewing machine.I made this at TechShop!TechShop Pittsburgh: http://www.techshop.ws/pittsburgh.htmlTechShop homepage: http://www.techshop.ws/