Here are a few photos of the drawstring bag I made for my daughter. I will probably offer a few different fabric options of this bag in my ETSY store. I used 100% quilting cotton for the exterior and lining fabric, and faux leather for the very bottom of the bag. Advertisements
The latest project bags can be found in my ETSY shop.
The project this week is the Dot Dot Dash Crossbody Pattern from Sew Sweetness. This is one of Sara Lawson’s stand alone patterns. You could easily use this as a purse or a tablet bag. MATERIALS NEEDED: Fabric for exterior and lining, interfacing, metal sliders and zippers. NOTIONS NEEDED: Wonder clips or pins, iron, sewing… Continue reading Dot Dot Dash Crossbody Bag
I finally found a project that I wanted to use my fox fabric on. I decided to make this pouch in a medium (5.5″H x 8.5″ L) and large size (7.5″ H x 9.5″ L). This pouch was a little time consuming to make because it contained 2 zippers per pouch. The finished pouches can… Continue reading Metro Double Zip Pouch
I chose Nightmare Before Christmas fabric for my Baker Street Bag. This is another free pattern offered by Sara Lawson at Sew Sweetness. She has a few free patterns on her site for you to try out so you know what they are like before purchasing one. I will be selling this finished bag on… Continue reading Baker Street Bag
Fabric choices for the Bellevue Pouch. Fabric all cut out and ready to be sewn together. Here I am basting the exterior fabric to the foam. It will make the exterior fabric nice and firm and allow it to stand up and keep it’s nice shape. I first had to cut down the zipper to… Continue reading Bellevue Pouch
I had a fun time making this special request for a tote and lanyard. I really love this girl science fabric. It is now on it’s way to a very special science teacher.