Added Jul 24, 2010
San Marcos, Cali...
This was my first time making a bag with the fusible fleece interfacing. I didn’t think my machine would handle it well but I was wrong
I’ve had those bamboo handles on my desk watching me for over a year. Today I decided I needed to do something with them. I do love my dots but this time I used large dots. Normally I sew with tiny polka dots but I ike these. Closes with a magnetic snap
This time I didn’t even draw out my chalky pattern on the cloth, I just cut and I like how it came out.
I also decided to add additional pieces once I was finished with the bag out of the fabric remnant. So I made a key fob, checkcover and my pocket wallet made to hold your business cards/ ID/creditcard or some cash or some small feminine items if you prefer like in the last 3 photos.
cotton, fleece interfacing
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