Added Aug 29, 2010
From cotton damask I sewed this matchsack. On the bottom of the sack I have sewn a wound sisal rope (like a snake). In the top I have chosen eyelets and pulled a sisal rope through. So you can take the sack, I sewed two wooden rings on the back sewn and pulled also a sisal rope.
The sack is very easy to imitate – for the bottom I put a plate an the fabric and traced. For the body I have laid a straight pice of fabric twice, in beetween there is fleece.
Idea from Burdastyle-Magazine 2010/Febr.
cotton damask, sisal, eyelets
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