I made this today from some Fleece I picked up at Jo Anns. I used a pattern, but cannot remember at the moment what it is. I modified it a little, and didnt use interfacing, but I like it, it helped me figure out how to attach a collar.
Im trying to figure out if I like it enough to wear it.
I made this from a mens tee and some black knit.
Added some long sleeves.
Made it peasant style.
I made this batwing esque top and i loved it! I sold it , but I know it has a good home now..
Zip Up Shirt with Elastic under the boobies...
Pink Floyd Top with ruching by the collar and on the arms.
I am not new to making purses, but I am new the the whole messenger bag process. I like the way this turned out. It was not as difficult to make as I thought, and this is a guina pig one. So, now I know what not to do on the next one.
Skully Bag I made tonight too...I made this after I made the other one below.
On my mini-me Chelle.
The inside with a few pockets so I do not have to go around and find my buzzing phone.
I got the pattern from a purse I had used and tore up, but loved the shape of it. So, I butchered it and made a pattern. I learned the basics of putting the curved edges together from tuts.
Thanks for looking at the 1,000,000 messenger bag on here!
I attempted it. And I was actually surprised that it came out so well! My friend Rochelle came over and helped me out with it. She wrapped and wrapped and it took about, 45 minutes from start to finish. It did get caught under the squishy side of my arm and i got a big ol bruise from it! You are supposed to do three layers, but we only did two because we got impatient!
Me all wrapped up in glory!
I had to masking tape it because it did not quite have my curves, so I measured and taped in the right places.
I am happy with this. I am going to call her Chelle, for my friend Rochelle who wrapped me! I would suggest you do this with someone you trust...they have to cute you out for crying out loud AND see you in your bra! I put a cardboard base in it, stuffed it with Poly and got a PVC pipe to hold all that weight.
Cost=$22.00 all together.
ETA- I used the form to make this pea coat re-con. Imagine a boxy, boring mens pea coat. And I chopped and sewed and chopped. This reminds me of something I can get at Old Navy. No lining, but this was ambitious for me.