Added Sep 25, 2011
This is a japanese traditional bag called Azumabukuro. it’s made from just a rectangle of fabric, its length is three times longer than it width. first you fold the rectangle in three and then sew upper and lower side of the square. (not all of three layers together, but each two of three.) that’s all! it can be folded into flat square and also can be shaped into pyramid with something inside. It’s reversible too.
IKEA cotton fabric and Indian madras plaid fabric
The lines of Greek architecture inspire this neutral and pastel collection.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up!
Check out Meg's variation of our Drawstring Gym Shorts, and see how she made them high-fashion!
Meet this seamstress, mom, jeans lover, and the instructor of our digital pattern drafting course!
Pattern of the Week
This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
The results are in! Check out our winning submission.
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