So I had these really cute pajamas with ice cream sundaes on them and whatnot, but they were WAY too small. So, I cut off part of the bottom of one of the pant legs and part of the drawstring, and turned it into a REALLY cute cozy for my iPod mini.
(Sorry if the pictures are huge)
^Back (I was too lazy to change the thread on the machine, so I used black )
^My iPod going in the cozy
^iPod in the cozy, with the loop/button thing closed.
So.. comments/criticism? I know it's not very original, but I like it, and it suits the purpose.
So, ever since I found this site, I've become really interested in sewing and whatnot. I originally didn't have a very good sewing room, just a little cubby thing with a big mess everywhere. Well, I still have that little cubby thing, but now it's so much better than it was before.
A good whole view of the room. You can see the built-in table with my sewing machine on it, and room for laying out patterns, and the board on the wall with the slots and hangers to hang stuff on (helps keep clutter away!)
A better view of the table. Now I have a good sewing room to go with that pretty sewing machine my parents bought me =]
A better view of the board and the hangers. Yeah, there are only two right now, but my neighbor owns a sports store and has lots of hangers to give us, that he doesn't use anymore.
And the little devil who always insists on being with me when I'm sewing, just to make a mess. His eyes are really glowy in this picture.. haha.
So there ya have it, folks; my awesome sewing room.
This was made possible with the help of my dad, who got the board, the table, and made the sliding doors to cover up all the insullation and power control things. I did all the painting, though!
Okay, so I had this t-shirt that I got a while ago in Port Elgin, Ontario, and I absolutely love it, but it got too small, and the words on the shirt started cracking. So.. I made it into a bag. It goes over my shoulder so that I can bring it to concerts and whatnot.. and it's strong, so it holds everything I need. The strap is also made out of this padded material that I had lying around.
Yep, that's it! I guess you could say it's lined, since I doubled up the t-shirt fabric before I sewed both pieces together.. it's kind of complicated to explain. I'm surprised it turned out so well, since I didn't really measure or anything like that. Hm; weird.
Okay, so I saw somewhere a mention of making a purse out of a t-shirt, but having the t-shirts neck hole as the opening for the purse.. does anyone know where I could find a tutorial of that, or have any ideas of what to do for that?