I’d been eyeing a lot of the patterns from iThinkSew and finally bit the bullet and bought the Myles Work Bag. I am so glad I did! I apologize in advance because I’ve actually used this bag for a couple of days before I realized I never took pictures, so it’s a little covered in… Continue reading Working on my Skillz
One of the ways I like to customize bags is by reducing them in size. Sometimes this is as easy as literally just printing them out a x% smaller, sometimes you have to fuss with extra pieces. One pattern that is super easy to reduce is the Harlow Bag from Little Moo. You’ll remember the… Continue reading Super Sized
This is the first bag in my November series, #londoncalling. In November I’ll be working to complete a dozen projects that include London themed and Liberty of London fabrics. My Liberty of London projects will feature FQ cuts since I know most people don’t have access to metre yardages. I hope to inspire you to… Continue reading #londoncalling
This is the 26th and FINAL bag in my #thisishalloween Nightmare Before Christmas themed series for October. I have no idea how, but I managed to make over two dozen bags and wallets this month! This is the commuter sized Annette in a custom print Jack Lightweight Cotton Twill lined in Sally Kona Cotton both… Continue reading 26th
I really love the Jasmine Sling Bag from Bagstock. I’ve never actually made it as designed, but the basics of the bag are really wonderful for interpreting your own style. And of course, I also have the template set from Tops & Bobbins that makes everything easier. I recently whipped up my first NON-NBC bag… Continue reading It’s a Wonder!
I’ve been woefully neglecting my blog this month, but for good reason. So far, I’ve completed over 20 NBC themed bag projects! Ready for a little Round-Up?! And? I have four more to go.
When you find a great pattern, you tend to make it over and over. This wallet is just a great pattern. Today I’m going to show you how to alter it to add a frame clasp. It’s ridiculously easy and looks so sleek and elegant. How do you do it? Simple. Construct the inside of… Continue reading How Tuesday: The Slimline Revisited