Monday, June 21, 2010

Fabric Envelopes...

Here are some fabric envelopes I have been sewing. I began making these as birthday gifts which contained one of my handmade bracelets or pair of earrings. Then I thought how fun it would be to make these and list them since not everyone sews.
This soft feminine cinnamon colored one has tan felt lining so it will not scratch anything you might put inside.
This dusty blue one is my favorite since I am partial to blues. This one is slightly larger than the cinnamon one pictured above. It has white felt lining and is very soft. You might even put a special piece of lingerie in this envelope. Wouldn't this be a great unique gift for a wedding shower? No two alike with a gift like this.

This mauve and beige envelope is very muted and soft. The felt lining is a very pale pink. Wouldn't it be super fun to store love letters in these?
For more information such as dimensions and photos of inside please refer to my etsy shop located here
What would you use a fabric envelope for?
Thank you for visiting and I really enjoy all of your comments and critiques.
Happy creating...


  1. It is a super idea and they must be lots of fun to make.

  2. Hi, very pretty and paractical too!
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    Sandie xx

  3. oh these are so great! i love them....and they look so well made too!

    i used to make neglige'd slip in your lingere or nylons and then keep it on a chair or in your drawer....

    hmm...ideas are brewing!

    why not keep our things in prettiness, right!!!!

    i'm off to have a peek at the shop!
    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

  4. They are really lovely! I just found your blog through's great! xxx

  5. Wow..super lovely..these are gorgeous gems! Wonderfully creative!

  6. These fabric envelopes are just sooo lovely! What a great idea! xo

  7. Those are a great idea. I am getting my sewing machine out on Friday and a friend is going to help me figure it out. Maybe I will eventually make something like this!



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