Added Sep 6, 2012
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Make this little bag from leftover fabric! The lace fabric in this bag adds a real touch of class and the leather edge and handles are decorated with golden studs, adding a casual change of style. Follow this easy tutorial from burda style magazine to make your own lace bag. Photos: Jan Schmiedel
2 rectangular pieces of both lace and lining fabric, each 23cm X 26cm (9" X 10 1/4"); leather strips, 1cm (3/8") wide: one strip 28cm (11") long (upper edge), 2 strips, each 4cm (1 5/8"), topstitched close to long edges (loops) and 1 strip, 60cm (24") long, topstitched close to long edges (straps); hand press with attachments for rivets and holes; rivets with backings; 2 golden rings, diamater 2cm (3/4"); sewing thread; Edge Kote; cotton buds; scissors; ruler; vanishing marker; leather awl; straight pins; leather needle.
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