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(Free!) Buttercup Bag Sewing Pattern

(Free!) Buttercup Bag Sewing Pattern

4 Hour Slouchy Summer Hobo Bag I thought it would be fun to do a Slouchy Summer Bag – and this one is super quick!! I did it in under 4 hours – so you could make up your bag in the morning and carry it to your beach party or picnic that evening! It’s a cute lace Hobo bag with a fun bright orange lining and tabs for the strap. I used a bright pink zipper for contrast – I think it’s so fun! Ready to get started on your own? 2/3 yd lace2/3 yd fabric for lining22″ zipper2 D Rings18″ of webbing for strap UPDATE: Click here to Download the Free Pattern if you’d like to use mine. Start by drawing out your pattern. Fold your outside lace fabric in half with the selvedges together. Center the zipper along the top curved edge, between the right side of the lace and the right side of the lining. Here’s what the right sides will look like after you sew that seam. Repeat this step for the other side of the zipper, and the other curved edges of the lace and lining. Open up your zipper before this next step, it’ll be easier.

Tutorial: The Urban Jungle Bag - Sew Sweetness SUPPLIES– 1/2 yard exterior fabric– 1 yard interior fabric– 2 yards Pellon SF-101 fusible woven interfacing– 1 yard Pellon 520F (or you may substitute 1 yard Pellon Peltex 70 Ultra-Firm Sew-In combined with 1 yard fusible woven interfacing)– 1/2 yard Pellon fusible fleece– 20″ zipper– 23″ – 28″ leather handles (I used size 28″ handles for a shoulder bag)– 1/2″ magnetic snap– zipper foot– seam ripper– coordinating thread– hand sewing needle– fabric marker or chalk 1a. Using the Main Panel pattern piece, cut on the fold. Repeat to cut 2 panels. These will be your Exterior Main Panels. 1b. 1c. 1d. 1e. 3c. 3d. 3e. 4a. 4b. 4c. 4d. 4e. 5b. 5c. 5d. 5e. 5f. 6b. 6e. 6f. 7a. 7b. 7d. 7h. Congratulations, you’ve finished!! If you have any questions about this pattern, feel free to e-mail me directly at, or check out my Flickr Group!

Beginner’s Bias Tape Bag with Free Downloadable Pattern I promised you this free downloadable bag pattern when we offered up the Simplicity Bias Tape Maker Giveaway as a great first project for your Homemade Bias Tape, so here goes… I’ve made a couple so far, and I usually don’t like fabric bags (i’m a leather lover) but I actually adore these for summer. They are super quick to whip up (under an hour) and are also reversible, so you can get a couple different looks in one swoop. You could also use store-bought bias tape, like I did for the big one (oh, and you can blow up or shrink the pattern to make different sizes – Scarlet’s been using the littler one as her lunch bag). Get the full Beginner’s Bias Tape Bag Tutorial and free downloadable pattern after the jump…Beginner’s Bias Tape BagThe smaller version is made with the following fabrics: Bias Tape – Heather Bailey Washday Ticking in Dandelion, Amy Butler Sweet Jasmine in Navy, and Kei Barkcloth Woodcut in Teal. , and some white suiting for the lining. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Done…

¡Soup! Bolsillos (1 de 2): pieza sobrepuesta que se utiliza como depósito.Bolsillo de plastrón: bolsillo cosido por encima de una prenda de vestir.Bolsillo de plastrón pespunteado: bolsillo aplicado por encima de una prenda de vestir y provisto de doble costura.Bolsillo de plastrón con ojal: bolsillo cosido provisto de un ribete resistente.Bolsillo de plastrón pespunteado con cartera: bolsillo aplicado que consta de una pieza que se dobla en la parte delantera.Bolsillo de plastrón con cartera, esquinas redondas: bolsillo cosido con bordes redondos y que consta de una pieza que se dobla en el frente.

Rounded & Embellished {Faux Leather} Zipper Pouches A friend of mine had a birthday……and that gave me a good excuse to make her a little something. Instead of making her a regular ‘ol zippered pouch (like my tutorial here ), I made it rounded. And with Faux Leather…….AKA, vinyl. Ha. If you remember my post here , I purchased a stack of this vinyl on the sale table at the fabric store. But here’s a couple rounded pouch ideas using the vinyl……. ………but these pouches can be made with any sort of fabric . Both pouches are lined with a printed cotton fabric. And adorned with a little label. Just think of what you could stuff these with. And if you are anything like me, you’d appreciate a pouch stuffed with treats. (Good thing this friend of mine is a sugar junkie like I am. Make one for you , a friend, or that neighbor down the street who could use a little handmade love. Would you like to make your own rounded pouch? **Remember, you don’t have to use vinyl…….any fabric would work just fine. First decide on your fabric and prints. Related posts:

Wallet Style Gift Card Case with Double Vinyl Pockets Gift cards are an excellent option when shopping time is tight or you're struggling to figure out someone's correct size, individual style or unique taste. That said, a gift card stuffed into an envelope can seem a little... well... impersonal. Our pretty fold-over gift card case adds the personal touch that says, "I may not know if you prefer bohemian or Burberry, but I know you're special, and I've made this just for you." There are two 4¾" pockets to hold gift cards, cash and/or a handwritten note. Don't forget that Mother's Day is right around the corner. Each pocket has a 2¼" high x 3¾" wide fabric-framed vinyl window, so the recipient can instantly see what goodies they've been gifted. Although you can certainly use scraps to make these cute little cases, the design is best for an assembly line of multiple cases. We used three fabrics from the High Street collection by Lily Ashbury for Moda Fabrics from our stash. Preparing the main panels Trimming the pockets Final binding Section:

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Cómo plastificar tela con forro para libros Hola a tod@s hoy os traigo un truco de costura muy sencillo, y con este truco inauguro una nueva sección llamada trucos de costura. El tema de hoy, es cómo plastificar una tela con forro para libros. Yo siempre iba por las tiendas buscando telas plastificadas, para poder hacer monederos, neceseres, etc... En el mercado existen varias posibilidades de productos especificaros para poder plastificar la tela. Pero yo, que soy bastante ahorradora, la técnica que os voy a presentar hoy es una más barata. Vamos a plastificar tela con forros para libros. Sí, si, lo habéis oído bien, con forro de libros. Ahora vamos a ver cómo plastificar tela con forro para los libros Materiales Vinilo plastificar libros (aironfix) Tela plancha Planchamos las tela a temperatura baja- media (aconsejo hacer una prueba con un trozo pequeño de tela para comprobar la temperatura de nuestra plancha). Aquí hemos de tener un poco de paciencia, he ir planchando ,poco a poco, para que quede bien sellado el plástico a la tela.

Simply Stylish Tote Materials and Tools: 3 coordinating fabric prints, one each for the middle, the base and handles and the linerfusible interfacingthreadmagnetic snapgrosgrain ribbon scissorsrotary cutting toolsewing machineironironing boardrulerparchment paper for patternstraight pinsFray Check or lighter for sealing ribbon ends Steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Caroline Ritzer, Pink Lemondade Bags