I think I've been flaked on and unfortunately, I took bad pics of what I made. O, well, here they are...
She liked 100 Bullets, so I started with a messenger bag. It is made w/ leftover black corduroy, purple satin-like lining fabric, and a pillowcase I got at a garage sale. The image is ironed on to the pillowcase. I wanted to add beads and stuff, but I didn't want to do an overkill.
This is the inside, where I added a small pocket and half-assed some pencil holders. I love corduroy because the fabric is so forgiving of mistakes.
Next, we both agreed, that Kabuki, by David Mack is awesome, so I took one of the many craftster tutorials (http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=14604
) and made a bag from that.
I had some patel purple flannel fabric around that I liberated from my mother years ago and never got around to using. Although the pic is bad, and you can't really see it, I tied the fabric and over dyed 2x it w/ a slate blue and magenta and it looked awesome. Finally, I lined it with material I bought in Chinatown, to give it an asian feel.
I also made a packing tape wallet (which I can't find the pics of) with printouts from Ghostworld. You'll just have to trust me when I say that it was awesome, cause goodness know, I wanted to keep all of them for myself.
On a final note, those Iron on printer pages are my new favorite craft item. Depending on which you get, they can turn the most basic of cottons into a vinyl-like material. So, yeah... that's it.