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Don't know what to do with those well loved sweatshirts that you never wear? Make bags out of them with this sewing project from Ms. Elaineous, and free video sewing tips from Wendi Gratz. These everyday bags make thoughtful gifts. This pattern includes five pages of instructions with supplemental illustrations. The instructions are comprised of short and concise sentences. An overview of this project with additional sewing tips are included. I like the shoulder straps rein
The tote is lined with thick duck cloth so it holds its shape really well. Let the very creative Ashley show you how she made this bag for her little boy to take to church. Get the Tutorial ♥ Advertisement 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 🐯 #repurposed #tie #bag #necktie #MakeItandL
For this bag you will need: one long-sleeved western style shirt 1/2 yard fusible fleece 1/2 yard fabric for the liner (a heavier weight fabric) Free Sewing Tutorial + PDF Pattern 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 Pinterest (Opens in new window) Click to
✂ Thrifty & Eco-Friendly Sewing Project Mary from Craft Buds loves all the construction details she finds in existing garments: the little buttons, the pleats and the unique decorative seams. She wanted to use those details to give some thrift-ed shirts a new life. Mary designed two purse patterns that use those stitching details and textures. Get the Tutorial & Pattern Project Upcycle: Thrifty Sewing Projects Project Upcycle: Thrifty Sewing Projects with Betz White Just Ar
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