What you need to make this bag:
-Five neighbors walking by the door asking, 'What are you making now?'
-One horribly bent sewing machine needle
-One peanutbutter bar (Nutter-Butter bar)
-One sleeping two year old
-One phone call from the husband while he's on break at work
-Four phone calls from the father in law on how to spell things
-One phone call from the father in law about a football players name
-One phone call from a sister in law wanting a purse too
-One phone call from the sister in law panacking about the vaccines her daughter just got and why her leg's a little swollen.
-Three instant messeges
-One neighbor asking when you're going to finally bake again
-Twenty minutes to try to remember how to line a purse
-One run away bobbin
-And one conversation between the apartmanager and the people upstairs to evesdrop on because they're right ouside your door (which is open by the way).
Oh, and a dress, some purple material that's been lying around for three years and a broken scrunchie. And thread.
This dress was in a huge bag of clothes my sister in law gave me:
Really cute, right? Fit funny.
2 hours later:
That little pinch in the side will be fixed when I get a new needle.
The 'button' which used to be one of those hair bauble things.
The top of the loop that had to be hand-stitched because of the bent machine needle.
The lining and what used to be the back of the dress.