Second Side

I finally decided on a design for the other side of the zipper pouch! The main part of it is these moon phases.

A square of white fabric sits on a white brick background. On it is embroidered five moons in navy blue. The two outer ones are thin crescents, the next two in are half-ish moons, and the centre one is full.

Next, I put a teacup in one corner….

A square of white fabric sits on a white brick background, with five moons embroidered on in navy blue. A teapot is embroidered in the bottom-right in cream.

….and some plants in the other corner, to balance it.

A square of white fabric sits on a white brick background, with five moons embroidered on in navy blue. A teapot is embroidered in the bottom-right in cream, as well as some stalks of rosemary in the top-left.

Then I thought the teacup needed a design because it was very plain, so I went back and did that.

A square of white fabric sits on a white brick background, with five moons embroidered on in navy blue. Two sprigs of rosemary are in the top-left, and a cream teapot with pink flowers and leaves on is in the bottom-right. There is also a little bit of tea in the teacup.

And it’s done!

Close-up of the teapot in the bottom-right. The two pink flowers, two green leaves, and small amount of tea are visible.
Two squares of white fabric sit on a white brick background. One has a small forest embroidered on, with a small navy blue house in the middle and a path leading to the bottom-right. The other has five moons in navy blue, a teacup, and some rosemary embroidered on.

This side is a lot simpler than the first side, which meant it was super quick to do. Now I’ve just got to sew it together!

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

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