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tobacco bags

Added Nov 15, 2010

by tatomta

Bremen, Germany

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Description

in addition to my arm-warmers i also made these tobacco bags. they have an extra pocket for the papers (not on photo, sorry) and are made out of leather

let me know what you think

cheers

for sale here: http://vogelfreisewing.dawanda.com

This product is for sale
By tatomta at dawanda.com

Material Notes

leather, vintage buttons

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
For
Unisex
Garment Type
Accessories
Style
Other
Material
Leather/Fur

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    Nov 17, 2010, 09.50 AMby niña blanca

    Your tobacco bags are great…I especially like the blue one ;), although they are all great, but I like the colour. It think they are very practical. While I was smoking I was always carrying tobacco, the paper and the filters in a small bag which was always full of the remains of tobacco ;))). But I was obviously too lazy to sew sth like this. I would like to ask you something…maybe it’s a bit silly…but who cares. When you are working with leather do you use the same needle that you use on the other materials….or do you use different thickness? Or do you use anything different than usual….? This question is because I heard that while working with leather some parts of sewing machine (like needle and the pedal…and I don’t know which more parts) have to be some extra parts? And because I haven’t worked with leather jet I don’t know is it true? I hope the question is not to silly…and thank you for you answer!!! ;)))))))

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      Nov 17, 2010, 04.11 PMby tatomta

      Hey… when working with leather i usually use a leather-needle. the thickness depends on the strength of the leather! if your leather is soft you can use a thinner one! you can also use a leather-foot that is supposed to prevent the foot from sticking to the leather…but the cheep ones aren’t really working and the good ones are toooooo expensive…hope that helps!

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    Nov 16, 2010, 10.37 PMby domestic-divaonline

    I have no idea what a tobacco pack is for or how it looks inside, but I love the outer look of these!

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    Nov 15, 2010, 12.00 PMby juditab

    Love it! I don’t like smoking, but if they have to, then do it with the style. Please, please, please some instructions! :)

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      Nov 16, 2010, 07.59 AMby tatomta

      Hey…. that’s exactly what i think about smoking!

      instructions: just take a common tobacco pack and outline the size of it. (i took the biggest one, so that it would work for all sizes!) then cut the leather and fold it like the original pack. find a button you like or sew a symbol on the front (this is the part that holds the leather strap!) and your done!

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