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When I designed this bag, I wanted to integrate the grip/straps in a more functional way with the rest of the bag. I experimented with different methods of holding and closing the bag, which resulted in a bag that closes automatically when you pick it up. I just created a clever way to connect the leather strap to the bag.
Cosmetic Bag or Travel Makeup Zipper Pouch Organizer. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. I have been needing a new makeup bag for quite a while now, so I went looking for some cute fabric to make one up. I fell in love with this awesome Tula Pink laminate – because if you can have a colorful Spring makeup zipper pouch with cute squirrels on it, why wouldn’t you?
Enter the pretty, reusable, strong, and roomy groceries bag with comfy bag handles, and with it's own bag cosy (or stuff sack). I have used cotton throughout, and the stuff sack has a strap and metal clip so you don't end up losing the sack (which is something that always happens to me). This bag should take just over an hour to make, and your Mum and your buddies will love one...
This tutorial will take you through both for making the purse pattern and making up the purse itself for a 6” x 3” glue in frame. All seam allowances are ¼” throughout. You will need to draw out your own pattern, as all frames differ so much, my method is great for those who no longer have that old school maths set!
A pretty patchwork tote with pom pom trim, herringbone tape handles edged with mini pom pom trim and a button and loop fastening at the front. The bag is fully lined with added cotton wadding for structure. Check out my sewing techniques for extra tips on : How to cut and sew bias strips How to make bias binding with a bias binding maker How to make a covered button with a button kit
This basket was made with blue edging on the top of the pockets, using my Fabric Basket Tutorial. It is written for absolute beginners, if you can sew a line (preferably straight) you can do it! These are the perfect size to fit our fat quarters (the way we fold them!) most of our sewing patterns (they are the perfect width for Sewaholic, Colette, etc) and look just lovely stuffed full of pretty skeins of yarn. I bet you can’t wait to make your own.