The alphorn bag is completed !
Let’s go straight to the DIY ! I bull clipped the exterior of the bag onto the interior to see how it fits. This helps in figuring out where to sew the webbings… Continue reading
Sewing the messenger bag’s interior.
First step is to sew up the inner pocket … The pocket in the black messenger bag is just 2 layers. Here, I added another layer ( tarp ) to create a stiff… Continue reading
Sorry for taking so long, here’s the part on the side pockets. The pockets will be large enough to stick in a 600ml plastic bottle of water. You will need : 29 cm… Continue reading
Continuing from the last post, we are now going to add two side zippers to the pocket. I’m using #5 zippers bought by the yard. #5 means the zipper teeth is 5 mm… Continue reading
I made this for my daughter and is in the midst of sewing up another one in purple. Thought I’ll share it as a tutorial 🙂 The size is about 35.5 cm wide… Continue reading
Yesterday I drafted out a messenger bag pattern like those in the movie “Premium Rush.” Huge, waterproof, swing-it-behind-my-back kinda bag ? This is the first draft, looks like this : I cut the… Continue reading
Newcomers at the fabric street : colorful sponge fabric for laptop sleeves. I thought they will make good linings for the Charlie bags, thick without the bulky weight, plus added protection for phones… Continue reading
First things first, thank you very much J.G. Burdette and Maryanne for the Versatile Blog Award nominations. J.G. Burdette writes a very enjoyable history blog. I’ve always like history and her posts delve deeper into… Continue reading