Added Aug 30, 2007
Plainfield, New ...
I needed a bag, i love my totes, but they have no real structure to them and no pockets. SURE i could add pockets, but I figured it would be fun to make my own pattern and my own bag.
THIS IS A PROTOTYPE!!! i was on allergy meds last night, so the lining is a bit big for the bag. i will fix that this weekend.
Kudos to the KnollTextiles department for suppling me with the goodies i used.
For the outside layer i used Gibson, the lining was Empire Stripe, the pockets Ultrasuede, and the yo-yo flowers were Moto ( in three different colors)…since i had noooooo interface ( hence the semi structed-ness) at the bottom i inserted a piece of Spinneybeck Leather and two dryer sheets ( when heated they adhere to fabric and become some sort of no frills interface.
KnollTextiles for the fabric.
Luca my dog for not interrupting me.
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