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Charlie Milk

Added Dec 17, 2008

by orangesliceart

Marlton, New Jer...

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Description

Charlie bag with french seams

Material Notes

Canvas, block printed appliques

Difficulty

Novice

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    Dec 21, 2008, 06.35 AMby virnsky

    Love this bag! Very nice.

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    Dec 18, 2008, 09.30 PMby orangesliceart

    Thanks. Yes, I did make the appliques. I did the drawing then transferred it onto a block, cut the block out, and printed with acrylic ink on pieces of soft cotton that I recycled from t shirts. I fused a lightweight interfacing on the back to keep the appliques sturdy while I sewed them on.

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    Dec 17, 2008, 08.01 AMby calantha

    I love the appliques. Did you make them yourself?

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    Dec 16, 2008, 09.35 PMby sew4my3

    Thanks! I think I will skip the pouch then as the canvas might be to thick as you suggested.

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    Dec 16, 2008, 09.26 PMby orangesliceart

    Thanks, the idea was actually posted on here a while ago. FYI the canvas is just a little too thick to fit into the pouch so you need to make it bigger or skip it.

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    Dec 16, 2008, 09.02 PMby sew4my3

    Awesome! Great idea on the french seams! I was trying to figure out how I was going to do a single layer of canvas fabric and you solved it with the french seams. Why didn’t I think of that earlier? Thanks!

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