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A free video DIY from Niler Taylor Niler Taylor shows us how she creates a fantastic chic handbag using pleather that she carefully salvages from a pair of tall boots with side zippers. Niler shows us how and where to cut the boots, and how to re-use the buckles and zippers too! Watch Niler in this free video tutorial: More like this at PatternPile: Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern from StudioKat Designs ✁ DIYFluff
A Free Sewing Tutorial by Chopping Block Farm Learn how to sew a sturdy grocery or farmer’s market bag with recycled feed bags and this free sewing tutorial from Chopping Block Farm. Feed bags are generally made with heavier and thicker materials or fabrics that are worthwhile for recycling and making a very durable shopping bag. Add Velcro to the top to keep your produce, and meat inside. Plastic grocery bags are banned in many communities all over the world, so these shoppi
+ Sewing Knit Fabric Basics A complete transformation with so little effort. Sew a veggie grocery bag from a t-shirt! To create this netted bag you simple sew one seam, and mark the slit positions with a fabric pen. Cut them out with scissors as you desire. Don’t cut them too big, otherwise things will be rolling down the grocery isles! Get the Tutorial Just Arrived - Today's Newest Fabric Collections! Holiday Projects The Elsie K. Baglet Pattern from StudioKat Designs ✁ DIY
I thought this was a very clever recycling project. I love tweeds, velvet, and brocades so this is very inspiring to me! Linda of Craftaholics Anonymous demonstrates how she deconstructed a suit-coat sleeve and re-uses fabric and some seams while she creates a classy clutch. Get the Tutorial ♥ Advertisement ♥ Buy Tweed by the Yard:
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upcycling a man’s extra large button-down shirt to create a very practical messenger-style bag to carry anywhere. Alternatively you could use a ladies blouse which would also provide you with more opportunities to create a unique bag using any feminine trim, texture, or fabric prints. Get the Tutorial How to Upcycle Clothing: Shirt Deconstruction 101 “How to upcycle shirts for use in your quilting and soft craft projects. Find more fabric projects on our website La Todera th