Screen-printed Charlie Bag

Added Jun 5, 2009

by thirtydaysse...

Winston Salem, N...

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Description

A reversible version of the bag, made for my best friend to use as an everyday tote, with a silkscreen print on one side. I attached the pouch to the top side seam with a ribbon so it can tuck inside either way.

Material Notes

Muslin, printed cotton, bias tape, silkscreen ink.

Difficulty

Novice

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Home/Deco
Garment Type
Accessories
Style
Other
Material
Cotton

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    Mar 24, 2010, 11.23 PMby asbjorn

    Absolutely gorgeous!

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    Jun 25, 2009, 06.18 AMby thirtydaysseptember

    Thank you! I took a silkscreening class in college as an elective. It’s really pretty simple, especially just one color! You just have to get used to the amount of pressure and speed you apply to your pulls (squegee pull).

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    Jun 6, 2009, 06.35 AMby carlatv

    What a pretty Charlie bag! I also like the way the lining fabric shows a bit on the outside. It looks like it’s part of the outer fabric.

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    Jun 5, 2009, 10.37 AMby bakainc

    This is stunning, it’s almost too pretty to be a tote! Did you screen print the fabric yourself? If so, where did you learn? It looks impeccable!

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