A project which I finished just before Easter at our regular WI craft groups is this 'sewing box'. There was much cutting, gluing, and sewing with a curved needle. For the top, I made a dorset button inspired handle, and have started to gather a few things to put in it.
When you take the lid off, the box opens up to reveal little areas to slip in tools, and threads, and a little pin cushion in the middle.
A few years ago, at the same group, led by Kay the leader of our branch of the WI, and amongst other things a wonderful needle woman, who has been known to haunt many a Goldwork course at Denman College, I made the large 'house wife roll', and needle case. Luckily I had quite a large amount of the fabric in my stash.
Our very latest project is just starting off, and I am coming to grips, with not letting my threads twist. So if anyone can give me any tips, I shall be pleased to hear from you.