Tag Archive: bag tutorial

Upcycle a Cement Bag

Today’s tutorial is turning this cement bag : … into a cross body bag, with many looks : The flap can be folded either way, so the design on the sack can be… Continue reading

DIY Bike Stem Handlebar Bags 2 Versions

Today’s sewing tutorial is 2 different kinds of bike handlebar / stem bag. In Version 1, the bag’s body pieces are designed a bit differently. The front and the 2 sides are combined,… Continue reading

Sew a Super Large Tote Bag

This grocery bag is huge. I made this for my long time friend. She wanted something with a wide base so that she can play tetris with her groceries 🙂 This calls for… Continue reading

How to Sew Fanny Pack with Pattern

What do you do at home to destress from all the virus news update ? I sew and clean mostly. That 30 mins of focusing on making something recharges me. While tidying up… Continue reading

DIY Origami Tessellations Tote Bag from Craft Felt

This bag was a fun puzzle to crack. It kinda reflects light with all those folds. I’ve seen them on Pinterest, but they are done differently. I think by heating the fabric to… Continue reading

DIY a Pleated Bucket Bag

A Pleated Bucket Bag Tutorial ! Figured it out just in time for the Holidays !!! First some photos : I made this from a fabric called ” Eggshell ” fabric. I don’t… Continue reading

DIY Chain Belt Bag in Quilted Fabric

I made a small waist belt bag with detachable straps 🙂 It has a tab that runs horizontally at the back, so you can slot in your choice of straps. I couldn’t locate… Continue reading

DIY Zakka-Style Wicker Storage Bag

Today I did a project from this Japanese Hand Cafe site. The project I made is this one : I still have the lid of the basket that I turned into a rear… Continue reading

DIY Half Moon Bag

C’est moi , again. This time I made a half circle bag from pleather. It has a 6 cm side, making it spacious 🙂 Also found a ( lazy ) way to sew… Continue reading

DIY Faux Leather Cage Bag – No Sew !

A new DIY !! Easy, no sew, all you do is punch a lot of holes !! I dug this fabric out of the fabric ends bin. It is 3 mm thick, double… Continue reading

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