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Sew your own tablet tote for carrying your iPad Mini, Nook, Kindle, Nexus 7 or other seven inch tablet. Quilting gives it some padded protection. Pockets on the side flaps give you room to store a stylus or pen, a small notepad, as well as business cards, credit cards, or bit of cash. Holds a lot, but not too big and bulky. These totes are the perfect sewing project to practice your free-motion quilting skills. With three different styles to choose from, an optional outer f
from Beckie Farrant and Lindsay Fullington ❃ I’ve been looking for a wallet pattern or a wallet sewing tutorial to hold a substantial amount of “stuff”. With gifts cards, loyalty shopping cards, credit cards, debit cards, discount cards, my purse is FULL of cards. The Mega Card Holder Wallet by the incredible Beckie Farrant of Infarrantly Creative looks like the perfect wallet for all of my cards. A Velcro tab closure makes it so easy. A magnetic snap, or a nice twist clos
This sneaky pocket is ideal to add to the exterior of a lined bag to hold something you need quick, easy access to, throughout the day. Perfect to carry keys, travel mugs, sunglasses case, cell phone, etc. Niki from Roonie Ranching used scrap fabric to demonstrate the pocket for this sewing tutorial, but it would not be difficult to see how this pocket design could work with a lined tote bag or handbag. Get the Tutorial Sewing Tips : How to Sew Bias Binding: Bias binding is
Rin from Sew in Love shares this Japanese sewing pattern translation for a cute, floral tote bag from Bee Factory who also produced the Double Zipped Pouch sewing tutorial. This style of bag is called a “granny bag” in Japan. The term “granny” applies to rounded bags which have gathering and pleats. ⇒ Get the Free Translation ⇐ (the free pdf pattern is there too!) How To Bind and Corner A Raw Edge Using Bias Tape (Sewing Tutorial – No Tool Required) from Burley Sew Just Arriv
Sew4Home shows us how they used some very pretty fold-over elastic to bind this bag, (and how to sew the bag together!) There’s a built-in crease line down the center of the elastic that allows easy and accurate folding. You get three benefits in one: color, stretch and finish. I wanted to share this tutorial because I like the folks at S4H and I like that they always come up with something fresh, fun, and NEW. Get the Tutorial ♥ Benartex Bali Batik Fat Quarter Bundle (Maje
This tutorial is a supplement to the “Magic Tuck” Market Tote pattern from Jo-Lydia’s Attic. You will learn how to machine-embroider, line, and bind the pocket on a canvas version like the ones shown. Get the Tutorial Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern from StudioKat Designs ✁ DIYFluffies - Stuffed Animal Sewing & Crochet Patterns - Buy 5 patterns and get 20% off with code: PATTERNS5 🐯 Share it: Click to share on Pi