Featured: Messenger Bag by Ecolution Originally created for hard-working couriers, the classic Messenger Bag has been in circulation for several decades. Known for its long-lasting rugged durabilit...
I don't know about you - but I like to swap my bags around quite often. A bag for evening, a different one for work, one for trecking around town with the kids and another for special occasions. Then there
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Totes make great handmade gifts. Here is a Tuesday Ten that shows a round-up of lovely totes. If you love to sew you might also like these
I do like a flat bottom on a bag or purse. It creates structure, turning two squares of fabric sewn together into something more. The whole really is more than the sum of its parts, I suppose! I...
A simple sewing tutorial to make a 2-sided card case, perfect to hold ID, credit cards and cash when you don't need a full size wallet.
Before we went away, I decided that a new bag for the beach was a must - something big and roomy to hold books, magazines, sunscreen, hats, and all that other good stuff. So I made this big pleated tote, and it worked perfectly. This is a picture of ...
I need to start with a confession. For Christmas last year, Maryanne bought me a gorgeous appliqued felt phone case. It was divine and protected my phone perfectly. Prior to the phone case I...
32 great free bag patterns. Now you can esily sew one of the bags from the choice of the patterns we provided
Sewing tutorial with instructions for making your own mini pocketbook, a pocket sized organizational item with six pockets sized for checkbooks, passports, pocket Moleskines and ID cards.
Have you ever had too many cards that your wallet can handle? Get the pattern and tutorial to sew one yourself after the jump and don't have to struggle with the cards anymore.
I LOVE your book clutch!!! LOVE. I totally voted for it, hands down. And now I'm following you. Thanks for the how to!
A bikini cover-up you can sew in less than an hour! Hooray!
Did you get your sewing machines out and ready for this week with Kim? I know I did. If you missed part 1 from last week go check it out! Now on with Kim's lesson and rad coaster tutorial... -Sara P.S. Here's Part 1, Part 3, and Part 4. Hello! Ki...
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