PUSH THE ENVELOPE
Featured: Messenger Bag by Ecolution Originally created for hard-working couriers, the classic Messenger Bag has been in circulation for several decades. Known for its long-lasting rugged durability and distinctive “envelope” styling, the classic Messenger has been adopted around the world as the everyday all-purpose carryall. You will need: 1 ¼ yds. [1.2 m] of hemp or organic cotton canvas, 54″ [137 cm] wide.½ yd. [0.5 m] of cotton sateen lining, 54” [137 cm] wide1 ½ yds. [1.4 m] of fusible interfacing, 45″ [114 cm] wide.1 closed zipper, 12” long *1 buckle slider, 2” inner dia. *1 belt tip hardware, 2” wide *matching cotton threadgrid paper * Match zipper to colour/metal of hardware. BAG DIMENSIONS: approximately 4″ x 11.5″ x 14″. [10 cm x 29.5 cm x 35.5 cm] Scale: 1 square = 1 inch (25mm) Add seam allowances to all pattern pieces. Bag Body – cut 1X self; cut 1X fusible Shoulder Strap – cut 1X self Strap Tab – cut 1X self Flap – cut 1X self; cut 1X fusible Bag Lining – cut 2X lining 1. 2. 3. 4.
Boho Sling Bag Tutorial | The Destashification Project
Boho Sling Bag Patchy Boho Sling Bag The Boho Sling Bag – plain or fancy. A sewing project for everyone – regardless of their sewing pedigree or experience! The Boho Sling Bag seems to be fairly popular among those that could form the next generation of needle-artists. This Tutorial starts with the “plain” bag. Select Fabrics Just a few items are required to make the Boho Sling Bag. About the fabric: I have a HUGE STASH of fabric (thus “The Destashification Project”), but if selecting fabrics require purchase, here are some suggestions. Boho Bag Pattern Sketch The purse requires four of the pieces shown in the pattern sketch. Four pieces are needed because two for the outside of the bag and two for the lining. Each piece requires approximately 1/2 yard of 45″ wide fabric. Two purse bases (the bottom of the purse) will also require two 8 by 12″ rectangles (download the pattern for boho bag base here – no enlargement required) and the inside pocket requires another rectangle that is 18″ by 13″.
Leafy Cable Bag
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Gray-and-Orange Pocket Bag
What You Need: 1/2 yard each of 54-inch-wide gray and orange imitation suede fabric 1-1/3 yards of Timtex interlining fabric Orange sewing thread General Tote Instructions
Washable, Insulated Lunch Tote | Sawdust & Paper Scraps
I have to admit, I’m kind of scared of putting in zippers! I am! So I will probably use velcro. I’ll it the wimpy version and be proud of it! For those of you that don’t have zipperphobia, you go for it ladies! I’ll be slightly jealous of your skills – but happy for you at the same time. Hi there. And I’m so honored to participate in Handmade Christmas in July! Here’s what you need: 2 pieces of medium weight fabric, main part of tote (16 in. Take the contrasting pieces of fabric and fold over 1/2inch along the long side, toward the wrong side of fabric. Now, we’re going to shape the bag a little. Do this for all layers (both main panels, PUL and Insul-Bright layers) Here’s what it should look like. A little more shaping. Draw a line from the corner of the bottom cutout. Cut on your line, for all layers (2 main panels, 2 PUL and Insul-Bright layers) Now that we’ve got our bag shaped, here’s some quick instructions if you want to make your own straps. Fold in half lengthwise, iron.