I have made up a Passport Protector out of the Garden Party fabric by Anna Maria Horner.
You can download the tutorial here.
You can find the tutorial here. There is also a link in the sidebar.
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What a great idea! I´ll have to make one because I´m going to use my passport next week…
By the way, I like your blog 🙂
I´ve added you to my linklist…
Lisa, great use of small pieces of fabric
Hoppo Bumpo says
What a lovely idea and a fabulous tutorial. I’m going to give it a go. My new motto will be “Have passport protector; will travel”.
I hope this means that you might have a holiday planned soon!
It’s beautiful, and I just love the Garden Party fabric! 🙂
our shabby cottage says
I like the look of this one Lisa!
what a great idea..oh to travel.
i do have a passport and i have only managed a flying visit to new zealand.all of 2 days…intense to say the least.would love to use this with my passport on a holiday to some where like paris thou,if only…
The Quilt Buddy says
What a clever little idea! I’ll need to make one so that my passport will look stylish!
May Britt says
Thanks for the tutorial. It’s great 🙂
Oh, I love it. I know someone who I should make one of those for. Thanks.
That’s the prettiest passport cover i’ve ever seen!
That is a great way to use your lovely fabric-you did a top job!Thanks for the tutorial tip.
That is so wonderful! And a perfect gift too! Thanks for the link 🙂
Your choice of fabrics is, as always, beautiful 🙂
Thanks, Lisa for the tutorial!
That’s gorgeous! I will have to put a few (the whole family travels!) on my ‘to do list’!!!
it’s great! now you will have to plan a nice little trip to show it off!
I love that…I’ll have to make one for Mr CurlyPops!
Leni and Rose says
Gorgeous! Thanks for the tute as well, it’s very easy to follow and I’ll be using it for sure!
What a terrific idea!! Thank you for the link!! Cathyxx
Gorgeous fabrics, and stunning project. Great idea for Christmas projects 🙂 Have a great week. Hugs Jx
This tutorial makes me wish that I was windswept and interesting (to quote Billy Connolly) to have ever acquired a passport! Jen
What a great tutorial! It’s fabulous! I love the fabrics.
Beautiful colors and I have been wanting to make pretty passport covers..in the event I leave the country again before this passport expires! Thanks for the great tutorial.
great idea! this would be such a good gift.
That’s great! I’m going to have to print the tutorial and make a couple…I have some family traveling overseas this year and it would be a great holiday gift!
Thanks for this wonderful tutorial. Love the fabrics you used!
This is so fantastic! I’m going to make one of these for both my husband and myself. Thanks SO MUCH for doing the tutorial! I’ll be linking to this today!
melissa s. says
oh to have the cutest passport in the customs line!!! I love it and thanks for the awesome tute!
raining sheep says
This is a wonderful project. The great thing is that a wonderful bright fabric means you won’t lose your passport in the dark recesses of a dark purse 🙂
Knit and Sew City Girl says
Thanks for your comments on my blog. A different type of picture frame can be used to create a more grown up look (my daughter is four and I think your daughter is a bit older?).
I love this passport holder. It is so practical and yet so pretty. Thanks for sharing!
very very nice! are you going somewhere????
two hippos says
A great idea and also a brilliant tutorial, love the fabrics too.
Tania - Jet Designs says
Love the fabric – and thanks for the link to the tutorial –
May I ask where you got the plastic from?
Melanie Gray Augustin says
That looks great. Love the fabrics!
Hey Lisa, absolutely love this idea. The fabric looks great. I really wish I was a pro on the sewing machine like you. I’m using the excuse for not getting my sewing machine out of the loft as ‘I must finish this baby cardy before Christmas!’ 😉 x
Oh, Lisa, what a gorgeous way to keep track of and protect a passport!
How clever are you Lisa??? These look fantastic!!! Well done … really no wonder fabulous things are happening for you!
Alison Boon says
So where to now then? Somewhere dry and warm hopefully!
This is a wonderful idea. You would look extra special getting that out on your holidays.
What a perfect idea might make a extended version of all 4 of our paasports. am going over the europe June next year!!! Thanks for the tute info!!!
Lovely passport holder!
beautiful. do you have a notepad tutorial somewhere?
Wow, these are wonderful! I love the see through plastic feature. Maybe I could make a larger one with pockets for all four of us!? Thanks for posting this fabulous project!
Thank you for the tutorial. I’ve always wanted to make one of these. I love the fabrics you chose.
Very nice!Love the fabric. We’re off traveling this week…Something like this could be handy to make sometime. Are you off on holiday soon too?! Hope so! :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))
Indigo Blue says
What a fab idea. Much more stylish than my present passport arrangement…
just fantastic Lisa!
Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts says
WOW! Look at that gorgeous fabric and “perfect” stitches. Looks beautiful…..
Lisa, you always have the best ideas! Love that fabric!
Just Beautiful Lisa — I love your fabric choices!
How lovely is this, and you get to use all your small pieces of fabric.
Lisa – Another wonderful project from you! I love the Passport Protector. I want one…and am now thinking about renewing my Passport. Although…I have no where to go and no money to get there! lol! Great job!
Great idea and very pretty!
Rachael Rabbit says
I love it – I love your tutorial page too … looks so very professional 😉
Paper Dolls for Boys says
Beautiful. I love that fabric and the combination of fabrics is perfect. You are so generous with your tutorials!
Gosh that’s just lovely!
Cute!!! I’m always trying to find ways to use my smaller pieces of fabric i have left over! Can’t wait to try this out!
a friend to knit with says
this is so great.
i want to go overseas now. so i can use my passport, and make a passport cover!
Great Idea… Now all I need is the Passport !!! Working on that one…
So great and so practical – The tutorial is fabulous!
so fabulous! My passport hasn’t seen the outside of a drawer in many years. But, maybe if I make a great cover for it, I will get to go on a trip somewhere!
ooooh – nice idea. I esp. like that you can see the passport in there..
Very Cool- as usual! I love seeing what you come up with next! : ) Think I may have to make one of these for our family!
how cute is that??? I love it.
Very stylish when abroad. XX
Donna Wucherer says
Thanks for this! I have been looking for a passport holder and really could not justify spending the amount that I would need to. I have all these materials in my sewing room. I love it! Thanks for sharing.