Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Amy Butler Business Card Keeper

Yesterday afternoon, I received Amy Butler’s email announcement about her new Spring patterns which is funny since I posted about her iPOD project yesterday morning. Also in her email was a notice about a free pattern she’s offering for her Business Card Keeper.



I decided to give it a try.



I used leftover scraps of Amy Butler fabrics; you don’t need much for this project. I’ll have to remake it today as I sewed the little card pocket in the wrong place. That’s what I get for being distracted by the doorbell, phone, husband, and so on. Focus, June, focus!

Here’s the link to the free pattern for the Business Card Keeper which also gives you an opportunity to download her other free patterns.

Thank you, Amy Butler!

19 comments:

Kristi said...

Love your projects! I don't know what you did wrong with the pocket, but I love how you matched up the fabric on the front!

a pink-bee said...

Another WOW ! You get soooooo much done :)
Thanks for sharing ~ off to my sewing machine :)
crystal :)

Terriaw said...

This turned out great! I love the fabrics you chose. I have the pieces cut out, so I need to finish this one. Great job!

Lynn said...

That looks cute! I am finally caught up with all your posts, and you have been busy! Glad to see you are doing well :)

Storybook Woods said...

Oh I saw this and yours is great !!!! Clarice

African Kelli said...

Boy you are quick! And I love it. Nicely done Junie! (As always.)

meg said...

Thanks for the link; I like the card case & fell in love with the portfolios~ I know what's going out for Christmas this year :-)

meg said...

I saw that yesterday, and thought it was so cute. Yours confirms it: I need to make one tout de suite!

craftapalooza said...

Nice one Junie!!

Thimbleanna said...

Junie Moon! You've been so busy in my absence -- lots of sewing happening here! Sorry I missed your little giveaway -- what a cute bag. Congrats on your 200th post! And thanks for your wonderful wedding wishes for my little angels -- you're so thoughtful and kind!

Alison Gibbs said...

That looks wonderful.
Love the fabric
Alison

rohanknitter said...

This turned out really cute! Thanks for sharing the link, I hadn't seen that!

The Wooden Spool said...

This is sooooo cute! I need to teach my girlie to make some. She will be thrilled.
Thanks for your innovative, creative, ideas!!!!
Happy Day,
Laurie

hunnybunny said...

can I just tell you (probably again) that you pick the BEST fabrics!!! That is a seriously cute project!

Ginger said...

wow you sew fast i want to try to make some of those projects too. I love the fabric you used.Thank you for thr recipe card too.

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

What a great little project. Love the fabric and how you've matched up the pattern. My adobe won't work at the moment so I can't download it.... bummer.

nicolette said...

Love it Junie! And thanks for the link to the pattern!

Alice said...

I also tried this pattern and ended up with the card pocket in the wrong place - great minds thinking alike?

txguy9112@gmail.com said...

i cant figure what the size of the main panel is suppose to be it didnt come with a drawing like the flap did can someone give me the dismensionof that please