Sunday, 20 November 2011

Sewing with Stampin' Up! Fabric


I got a chance on Friday to sit down and do some sewing.  I had a particular project in mind that I've been wanting to sew for about 6 months.  Can't believe it's taken that long for me to find the time to sew it up!

Isn't it a cute little bag?  It's called a project tote, and I think it would look adorable on a craft desk with things like your snail, paper snips, bone folder, etc tucked away inside.

The button fabric is Stampin' Up!, but it is not available in Australia.  You could make this tote with any of the fabrics we stock though.  The tote is quite small, and if you make it as I have with the contrasting fabric you would be able to make 24 of these bags using one pack of fabric.

I popped the ribbons in to give you an idea of the size.  I'm currently using mine to store ribbons, but I think I will use it for bits and pieces at my classes and workshops.  I'm also going to try doubling the measurements to make myself a bigger bag.  Hopefully it won't take another 6 months to find some more sewing time!

If you are a sewer and would like to have a go at this tote you can find the pattern here.

Catch you later,


1 comment:

  1. This is excellent Tina, I love that material too, well done with sewing it, I am in awe of anyone who can sew lol.


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