Added Mar 6, 2009
These projects were actually pretty quick, only some rectangles (and a pair of circles) put together. This is a practice for me before making various bags and cases for my son’s elementary school needs.
The fabrics are leftovers from previous projects. There were really not much materials left, so I have no room for mistakes. By the time I finished these two, the leftover were just bits of tiny scraps. I’m happy when it happens!
The PET bottle case is quilted, and so are the straps for both of them. And I think I should’ve quilted the bag too to make it sturdier. On the corner of the bag is my son’s drawing of Urutoraman (Ultraman), I scanned and print it to an iron-on transfer paper.
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