This is the picture of the one on Pinterest.
And here is my one.
And the inside.
I used my bright coloured chevron fabric and I quilted along the zig zag lines. I used a velcro closure and I interfaced all the sections with padding on the cover. It was really thick and heavy and hard to sew a top stitch around the edge when it was complete.
Then I decided to alter it a little and make one for the lovely Toni for her adventures. This time I used a Paris print that I love with chevron inside. I changed it so it is not interfaced as heavily as the first so it was much easier to sew (and therefore not a little bit wonky like mine) and I used a magnetic clip for the closure. I also made the back pockets shallower so the passports can't slide down out of sight.
Now I am happy that when I travel next I will know where my passports are and who's is who's and it might make those annoying forms just a little bit less tedious.
I have one more Pinterest project to share.
Emma dances and whenever she completes exams or stuff like that she earns badges. I knew that we had to have them somewhere special or they would get lost and I didn't want to tuck them away I wanted her to be able to see and enjoy them so when I saw this project on Pinterest I knew I could make it work as a wall hanging for her badges. It was perfect with a little square for each badge.
This is the photo from Pinterest. It is a square that you make towards a whole quilt.
And here is my wall hanging for Emma's badges using the same pattern as above.
So there is my Pinterest love for now, although I have a few more projects I am itching to have a go at soon.