Lately I’ve been getting many requests to make a pattern on wide pants! Since this is a concern I've been having too, it was perfect. The pandemic has created more situations where I want to stay home - therefore the only solution is more comfy clothes! Nothing beats comfiness than wife pants. Wide pants are something I really want to recommend to those who never tried wearing or making them, because it feels awesome! I’m really in love with the wide leg pants trend… it’s just so comfortable and fashionable!
I really recommend this project for the spring and summer season. The ribbon looks great in the warmer season because it adds extra texture and spice to the whole outfit. So if you like tie on belts make sure to check out this pattern out!
This bag is something I had really fun making because it can look totally different depending on the material I used. Especially because of its cover and handle, it really made me think creatively, mixing colours and textures together. If you love to use cork, faux leather, paper fabric and other materials. This project might be your next one! In the spring and summer season you can make this bag with cork and colourful fabric while in the fall and winter you can make it with heavier materials and vegan leather. If you love make something fun but not too exotic, this classic bag is what you might want to try out! I hope you have fun making this bag!
Dolores Document Bag & Celine Belt Bag
I've designed both of these bags to be used together. Especially with the document bag being oversized and the belt bag being a mini hands free companion. I thought it would be great to pair them together. Recently having itty bitty bags are really trendy, and this Celine bag might really spice things up. What I really like about this is that it can actually be used on your own belt and can really be a great accessory for the whole outfit. But I got concerned because of the really small size - so I matched it with the Dolores Document Bag! That way you can store the bigger items along with the belt bag.
Have you ever used fusible foam while making a backpack? Making this backpack with fusible foam will structure the backpack in a perfectly beautiful shape! There may be many of you guys who already use fusible foams, but for our beginner sewers, this is a great way to structure your bags. I don’t usually recommend a lot of materials to you guys, since it might be blocking you from being creative and exploring with materials. Especially with foam being a thicker material it would be difficult to handle than other materials. But this time I’ve been getting many requests to use it myself… and I did! The material was surprisingly easy to handle and was soft enough for the machine to sew through. Moreover, I would recommend using the fusible kinds since it really makes the design stick and creates this wonderful sturdy shape.
This new bag I designed is an easy yet fun project you can make over the weekend. With baguette shaped bags back on trend, I designed an adorable mini baguette bag. This is perfect for the coming spring and summer season. I know it might be a bit early to celebrate, but it#39;s never too early to sew something!
This new backpack has an interesting design that features three different ways to carry the bag. As it is named as a backpack, it can be worn on the back like any other backpack, along with the small handle. What makes this bag really special is the shoulder strap. I love backpacks, but one thing I dislike is the discomfort I face when I have to look for this inside my bag. It can be easy that my hands are free, but sometimes having the bag on the shoulder is just a lot easier than having it on the back. Even when I'm commuting, I like to keep my bag on my shoulder; to be honest I do not want to keep my bag behind my back.
One of the problems I face when using a tote bag is when I'm out and about with my hands totally full. Like I mentioned multiple times in the weekly newsletter, my shoulders make my bags slip off really easily and this made me want to design this special bag. This special bag is quite useful as an everyday bag because of its convenient straps but also because of its versatile design. Moreover, the size allows you to store all the necessary things and more, making it perfect as a school or office bag.
I've been requested many times to make more mini backpacks and your requests have been answered! I created a new flap mini backpack with a unique handle design that allows you to carry the bag by hand over the arms for extra convenience or when yours're in a hurry. One of the things I struggled with when carrying a mini backpack, is that it's difficult to search through your items in a hurry. Especially at times when you are looking for your wallet, phone or other items when your hand is full.
So far whenever we make a sling bag or backpack, we've gotten quite a few concerning emails about the hassle of finishing the raw seams with a bias tape. This week I've successfully made a sling bag without the step of finishing the bag with the bias tape! However, the structure of the bag might appear slightly different to how you imagine when you make it. So, in order to structure the bag in a more flattering way, I've managed to modify the method of finishing the bag! So make sure to check out this new bag while it is on discount!
I designed this triangular bag to mimic the skating bag that my daughter used to use when she took skating classes. I always thought these triangular bags could be used in a really clever way. Because of its triangular shape, the opening can actually fit perfectly to your comfort when it is worn across the body. This also allows you to easily access your items! But I just want to tell you to see the pictures of the bag yourself! Yours'll definitely be intrigued!