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Simple "azuma bukuro bag" tutorial

Simple "azuma bukuro bag" tutorial
A whole days ago, I received a email from one of my customer if I could sell this pattern or not.I have been thinking to make the pattern and tutorial for some time.To make the bag is not difficult, if you have sewing experience.So here is the result tutorial!! (This is the tutorial in English! This is not easy for me. It makes me crazy!!)First I though about selling the pattern and tutorial on my Etsy store. I would like to ask please respect the following rules :- for personal use only. - this is not intended for commercial use.- do not sell the copy of tutorial. All right!  Azuma bukuro is made from one rectangular fabric. - The total width length is always 3 times more than the one of the height. - sew 1 and 2 , 5 and 6 right side together. ( This process make the shape of the bag).Ok, I will show you the process step by step. :) 1. prepare your fabric by follow the basic rule.  2. sew all 4 edges around the fabric (4 edges), just like that.  3.   5. 10. Yeah!!

Sac japonisant Voici le tuto en pas à pas et photos pour un sac japonisant souvent appelé « Japanese knot bag« . Le sac se ferme en passant la grande anse dans la petite et se porte au poignet. Le sac est doublé et comporte 6 petites poches à l’intérieur. Ce sac fait un très joli cadeau, et Noël approchant, je suis sûre que vous penserai bien à quelqu’un à qui il pourrait faire plaisir Le patron gratuit utilisé ici n’est pas de moi. Il est très semblable au patron payant Vogue 7354 que j’utilise habituellement pour faire des petits sacs de se type. Pour le tuto présenté ici du patron gratuit de All people Quilt, j’ai suivi les instructions en anglais à la lettre avec donc les poches mais j’ai omis la triplure. width: 209px" class="wp-caption aligncenter"> Une face Sac fermé en glissant la longue anse à travers la petite Cliquez sur les photos pour les agrandir width: 235px" class="wp-caption aligncenter"> Patron assemblé La patron Le patron est téléchargeable ici sur le site de All People Quilt Les tissus 1.

sac(s) de piscine le retour ! - on va voir si je m'y tiens! pour emma, la copine d'adèle. pour capucine, ma filleule. toile cirée petit pan, toile enduite à pois eurodif (rayon nappe !)biais rose eurodif et biais marron à pois blanc fait maison.j'en vois qui lèvent le doigt et crient et moi, et moi ! alors voici un petit tuto parce que je ne compte pas passer ma vie à coudre des sacs de piscine même si, c'est évident au vu de vos commentaires, il y a un marché à prendre ! (un clic dessus pour mieux voir)

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:

Sac besace 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.

Full and Textured Fabric Flowers We can never seem to have enough flowers in our house. Or fabric. So, to satisfy both things……..I made some new fabric flowers. But easier and less uniform. They are a bit rugged. . But my first thought…… always in the hair. There’s something about the texture of the fabric. (And yes, the edges are raw……but they’re made with a bunch of circles and this helps keep the fabric from fraying very much. But if it does fray a bit, it only adds to the charm.) I’m even crazy about them on my littlest one’s head. And just for fun…….here’s a zoom out of our photo shoot. If he’s home, he makes the best assistant. Thanks baby girl. Would you like to make a few fabric flowers? To begin, decide on how big you want your flower to be. To make a flower that size, I cut out a circle that was 1 3/4 inches in diameter and used that as my circle pattern piece. I cut some strips of fabric that were about 2 inches wide (just a bit wider than my red circle pattern piece)…… And that completes the flower.

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.

Craft: Easy Paper Bows If you've been following this site, you're probably guessing I got this idea from an earlier post about origami bows. However, this paper bow actually came about when I was making some paper pinwheels. It all started like this; I was debating whether to do a post on mini yo-yos or mini guitars. Trying to decide, I started staring at my bulletin board wishing there was a pinwheel on it to spin. This then lead to the making of some pinwheels which started turning in containers which then morphed into bows. So there you have it, if you ever wondered how my brain works now you know. Supplies:Square piece of card stockOne bradHole punchScissors With right side of paper facing down cut paper where you see dotted lines. Bend top flap down revealing right side of paper. Attach top left corner to the brad. Attach top right flap to brad. Once your bows are made you can adjust the shape by trimming the bows if you wish. These cute little bows would make the perfect bunting for a party.