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Making reversible bag

Making reversible bag
from top of straps to bottom of bag: 50 cm / 20 inchesheight: 28 cm / 11 incheswidth: 40 cm / 16 inches I don’t know because I used leftover fabric for my bag. You can print the pattern and place it on your fabric to make an approximation. It is only one piece of pattern. Fort similar bag, you can check Charlie bag by Burdastyle ($1.99). Please go to the bottom of this post to download the PDF pattern and tutorial. Disclaimer: You may use the finished products for both personal and commercial use (craft shops or markets only – no mass production). 1. 2. If you use my pattern, sew the darts before sewing the bottom and sides of bag. 3. 4. 5. Pull out each of the remaining straps. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. A reversible bag! Thank you for reading and I hope this post is useful for you! Click to download:

Fabric Folder Portfolio Tutorial This week I made a couple more fabric portfolio folders, and so as promised, I'm here to show you how I made them. I decided not to use the iron-on vinyl with these, but I'm not totally giving up on the laminated cover idea, yet. ;-)Let's get started... 1.) First you'll need 3 pieces of fabric all cut to 13"x10". 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 10.) 11.) If anything isn't clear, just yell. If you're not ready to try this project on your own, I'll have a few of these in pretty vintage fabrics on the website or in the Etsy shop this week. Happy sewing! This project is also part of The Twice Remembered Cottage "Make Your Monday" link event.

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How To Sew an Inner Zipper Pocket I have tried several ways to sew in internal zipper pockets. I need one in every bag and I want at least one to be in every bag I make for my shop. They are so nifty, especially when you carry as much crap in your purse as I do and your cell phone rings. Anyways, it used to take me hours to make these. You need: a zipper (obviously ^^).fabric you want to use as your bags lining.fusible interfacing (Vlieseline).sewing machine, thread, scissors, the usual sewing utensils. The first step is optional. Measure your zipper and mark where to sew it in. Cut where you just marked your fabric. Fold over and press So, now I could serge the raw edges with a zig zag (or even take it to the serger) but, urgs, such tiny openings are a pain in the ass to serge. Add another strip of fusible interfacing to the other side. Now we need two rectangle pieces of fabric that will become the insides of our pocket. Now repeat the last step with your second rectangle and the other side of the zipper. Happy sewing!

Viking shoes Edited to add: Due to alle the comments regarding the title of this instruction, I've changed the name to 'iron age shoes' which might be more historycally correct. I learned to make these by using my own foot as a template. Therefore, all the measures given here are highly approximate. Tuto#3 J'arrête de rigoler, voilà le vrai tuto du sac d'Alex! Matos: Du tissu assez épais pour l'extérieur du sacDu tissu pour la doublureUne fermeture éclair 50 cm, je crois que la dame de la mercerie m'a dit que pour cette taille, on a obligatoirement une fermeture éclair qui s'ouvre complètement, cela ne gêne pas pour le sac une fois cousu, et c'est même plus simple pour la coudre.Un transfert pour la déco si souhaitéUNE MACHINE A COUDRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pour aujourd'hui, je vous épargne le document Paint, et je n'ai pas de photos de la réalisation de la chose, donc, n'ayant pas Iris sous la main, c'est La poule qui a pris son stylo, désolée!!!! Je suppose qu'en cliquant sur l'image, cela l'agrandira... J'ai oublié de le préciser, mais le sac une fois terminé fait 48 cm de longueur et 23.5 de hauteur. Commencer par préparer la longue bande qui fera les anses. Coudre bout à bout dans le tissu de l'extérieur les deux longues bandes. Faire ensuite la poche ventrale.

Inner pocket zip (scroll down) September 7th, 2012 Email 38 users recommend Here is my felted wool tote. Jen Stern Felted wool is so beautiful, the embroidered detail is just icing on the cake! Isn't it amazing how tiny a big cardigan can get? Photo: Jen Stern In the back of my mind, I've been meaning to try felting wool sweaters-shrinking one of my favorite cardigans in the wash was just the push I needed to give it a try! How to Embroider on Felted WoolEmbroidering on felted wool is like embroidering on a towel. After you cut out your bag pieces, use chalk to draw guide lines on the pieces that you want to embroider. I like to use the no-fuss, no-muss method of centering my border design. Hoop the Stitch n' Wash and use 505 Temporary Adhesive Spray to adhere the felted wool into position in the hoop. Here is my completed border. After you finish embroidering, put your bag together according to the pattern directions. Determine how long you want your zippered opening to be. Position the zipper behind this window.

Thick and warm crazy rug This is a super easy rug to make and it is a lot of fun! You will need about 5 yards of T-shirt material or something similar that coils up easily when stretched. You will also need a square (or any shape) of fabric for the base. The one I made is about 15" x 20" and it is super plush. Step 1: Base of rug Cut out a piece of fabric that measures 15" x 20" after you fold and hem in the sides. Step 2: Cut strips of fabric Next cut long strips one inch wide of the T-shirt fabric. Step 3: Sew rug Take the long pieces of material and stretch them out so that they coil, then cut them into about 4 inch lengths. Step 4: Great time saver! Here is a great time saver! Step 5: That's all there is to it Keep sewing until you fill the base.

Tuto#1 A la demande de certaines, je vous ai fait un petit tuto de la pochette doublée avec fermeture éclair de la semaine dernière, n'ayant pas réussi à en trouver un sur le net (j'ai pas trop cherché, j'avoue, j'ai eu la flemme) je vous livre donc mes petites photos où l'on ne voit rien, et mon how to perso, peut-être pas très compréhensible, mais on fait ce qu'on peut! J'espère qu'il y en aura au moins quelques unes à qui ça parlera uhuhuh! Allez pitié hein! 1- matos: 1 fermeture éclair, de la taille de la pochette que vous souhaitez avoir au final4 rectangles de tissu, 2 pour l'extérieur (ici le liberty Wiltshire Berry), 2 pour la doublure (ici le tissu Petit Pan), pareil, taille que vous souhaitez, le grand côté des rectangle doit être long comme la fermeture éclair1 petit rectangle du même tissu que la doublure si vous souhaitez faire la petite patte d'accroche Repérer avec des épingles les limites du zip à chaque extrêmité. 8- admirez votre wonderful pochette!!!

Zippered Welt Pocket Done Properly A long time ago, I wrote the Pocket Series, which was a manic string of tutorials on making 25? 26? different pockets. It was meant to be a bunch of short, quick tutorials so that even the beginner-est of us could feel confident adding pockets to the various projects they were working on. One of those pockets was the zippered welt pocket. In the writeup, I mentioned (in para 3 of that post) that the method demonstrated was not the usual one I used to make that kind of pocket but I went ahead anyway because it was a short-cut version that could be finished in a few, easy-to-visualize steps. These photographs (but not the method or instructions; these were rewritten and changed for this tutorial) are conveniently borrowed from the Bella Bag pattern that's still in the testing lab(s), which explains why the big orange piece of fabric is strangely called the Lining Back. You will need: Step 1 Pin in place. Step 2 Sew exactly on the long edges of the welt (black dashed lines). Step 3 Step 4