These fabric purse handles can be used as an alternative to purchased leather handles. All you need is fabric and a little soft and stable interfacing. You can customize them for any pattern that calls for pre-made handles. They are sturdy and soft and can be as colorful as you want … Continue reading
The Madeleine bag is such a simple yet very cute bag that you could wear at both day and evening time, very versatile as it suits jeans, trousers, dresses and skirts. Find the tutorial here.
This is a Fat 8th evening bag. Ideal for using up small pieces of fabric this pretty evening bag is ideal for when you do not have much to carry. You can keep it simple or decorate it with plaited handles and a decorative flower. Find the tutorial here.
The Bia bag is such a great size being not too big but still have room for all your need and it has a ton of pockets, inside and out. With over 40 color photos it should be easy to follow for everyone. The pattern can be found here.
This diaper purse is big enough for mothers crossing the cloth diapers and wipes period. This pretty diaper purse is also not too bulky that you feel like it would need it’s own seat on an airplane. Go visit here for details and pattern.
This bag was made using my line of fabric for Art Gallery Fabrics called Jungle Ave. This small bag will allow you to try out several fun bag-making techniques; adding a metal twist lock, using piping in a bag, making darts, and adding elastic pockets. Use your favorite print and combine it … Continue reading
This bag making tutorial is the first part of a very in depth bag making series, ideal for people new to bag making. It also links to the other 3 sections. There are lots techniques covered such as bag shaping, bag closures, using bag patterns, bag bottoms and more. By … Continue reading