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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Completed Projects / Warm pink woolsweater for my chihuahua-girl. on: November 15, 2006 10:24:59 AM
Subject says it all Wink When the pictures were taken, it was little bit too big for her, but now it is okay, she has grown a bit since. Here's pics:



2  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / For my knitting needles and crotchet hooks. on: November 15, 2006 10:12:34 AM
Not sure if this is in correct category, but...

I made this ..ummm... storage-thingie for my crotchet hooks and knitting needles. Outside is crotchetted, inside sewn by sewing machine. (Big pics, sorry.)

There's three levels of "pockets". Bottom you can put crotchet hooks and scissors, middle and top are for longer stuff, like long knitting needles.







3  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / I made retro wallet! on: November 15, 2006 10:06:34 AM
I found the instructions from here some time ago and decided to make a new wallet for myself (it was about time, my old wallet was really broken). There's some parts I'm not perfectly pleased, but it is good enough to use.

See:





4  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Carrybag for my chihuahua. on: May 24, 2006 09:43:31 PM
Few weeks ago, we bought chihuahua (it was a dream of mine for a long long time). Now I'm going to travel with her alone in train, so I decided to make a carrybag for her, for easier traveling Wink

Here's some pictures:


Kerttu lurking behind the bag Cheesy


Other side.


Inside.


And, in action, modelled by Kerttu and Me Smiley

This is super Smiley Kerttu likes it, I like it Wink Great.
5  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Romantic Hobobag :) on: September 12, 2005 12:35:17 AM
Okay. I'm back again. Haven't being sewing for awhile, so haven't got anything to show you, but now I do! I got active last weekend and came up with this romantic hobobag (hobo again... I just love the shape of hobobags, so I like to make them a lot! Plus they are easy to make without sewing machine, and yes, I still don't have one Sad ). It is made by the hobobag-tutorial made by tinafish. It should be found in this forum.

Pictures!




Here's some closer pics of the fabric. It's rococo-themed. I love rococo <3




6  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Brown retro hobo -bag. on: July 21, 2005 05:16:39 AM

I'm boring. I just do the same pattern every time now. But I LOVE the pattern, so maybe that's okay Cheesy My new creation:







7  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Bags bags bags (lots of pics) !!!TUTORIAL added!!! on: July 12, 2005 12:16:55 PM
Oh my. I have been active with bagmaking lately. They are all sewn by hand, because I still don't have sewing machine, and that sucks Undecided But I still like sewing Cheesy

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This is so cute! I found this fabric and it screamed for me to buy it, and I did, and I made a bag. It is a bit bigger I actually wanted but it's okay anyways Smiley Great for partying Cheesy



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This is my favorite now! This one is modified from two different tutorials I found from here. Another one was "rounder roomy bag" and another one was "slouchy hobo bag". I just put them together Smiley Fabric is so great!



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This bag is made from same pattern as the one above ('cause I fell in love for the pattern). Fabric was more stiff so bag looks that it has different shape than the green one. It really doesn't, but it looks like it. I love this one too!



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This is all for now Smiley More coming up when I get anything ready again.

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!!!EDIT!!!

TUTORIAL for last two bags. Hope you can figure it out of this pic. If there's anything you don't understand, don't be afraid to ask Smiley



Bigger picture ->> http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a84/Terhen1/retrotute.jpg


8  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / Flowery summer bag :) on: June 18, 2005 06:38:11 AM
Again, new bag! Flower-fabric was very thin, so there's one layer of thicker white fabric in between and batting as well.




Small pocket inside.


Excuse my home-look Tongue
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9  PURSES, BAGS, WALLETS / Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General / New here! 2 handbags and cellphone cozy :) semi-TUTORIAL ADDED on: June 16, 2005 05:20:01 AM
Hello hello! So, I'm new here (just registered) but I have been lurking around the forum for several days now. And I've been inspired, a lot!

So I have made some handbags. Some of them are pretty boring and I don't like all of them. BUT then I got better at making them and here are some results of what I have been doing lately  Smiley Oh, and I don't have sewing machine, so these are made all by hand with needle and thread Cheesy

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There is three layers of fabric on both sides. Two of the pink one and one of creamwhite thick fabric. AND a layer of cotton wool to make it soft  Cheesy I made the pattern myself. I sewed those little pink flowers on the bag to give it even more girlygirly-look Cheesy (I'm not usually this girly, only on summer.)


Pink handbag with small pink flowers sewn on it. And inside-view. There's little pocket on the other side.


And on me. Shows how big it is.

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This one has two layers of fabric and one of cotton wool in the middle of them. It keeps its shape perfectly (at least when there's nothing in it Cheesy ) It is pretty roomy, but very big objects don't fit to put in Grin And I made the pattern myself to this one too. It was supposed to become little different first but I noticed it was better to do this way. I am so proud of this bag! As I am proud of that pink one too.


Darkbrown handbag with red lining and two small inner pockets.

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This one I made superquickly. I just cut out the fabric and sew it together Cheesy By hand, as always. Now my cellphone has this great small cozy to keep it from scratching and stuff Smiley


My cellphone cozy. And the phone in it.

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EDIT!!!

Okay, someone wanted a tutorial for those bags... Well, I cannot make an actual tute with pics, 'cause I don't really have time to make bags right now (but I have time to be a nerd of course Wink ) but I can give you pics of the patterns I made and some explanation of the projects. Hope you understand whan I'm saying, english is not my motherlanguage and it may be rusty for not using it for a long time Tongue


There's pattern for the pink bag. Very basic indeed. You need 2 outer and 2 inner fabrics and batting (if you want) with this pattern. Depending on the handles you are using, you either need or don't need fabric for those too. I measured the handle-fabric just marking one spot on the handle and rolled it on the fabric and put bit of extra for folding and added width as much as I supposed I needed for the handles.

1. So I started from the handles. Cut the fabric, ironed the folds every side, pinned them over the handles and just sewed (by hand as everything else).
2. Then the actual bag-part. I actually had to use lot of layers in this one. Pink fabric what I used was very thin. So, both sides there is two pieces of pink, one piece of thick white fabric and one piece of batting. The layers were from outside to inside: pink, white, batting, pink. Ookay. So I cut all the pieces, used iron again to make folds every side, placed pieces in the right order, pinned together so the folds go neatly inside. (I'm not sure how to explain that... hope you understand anyway.) And made this for both sides of the bag.
3. I left the handle-roundness-area without pinning (is that right word???) and put the handles in (between batting and inner pink), THEN pinned it close. Same to the other half.
4. Then I just sewed the handle in the fabrics. Meaning that I sewed the handle-roundness-area close. And I sewed of course the top are on both sides of the handle close too. This for both bag halfs.
5. You see those triangle empty areas there on the bottom left and bottom right. Now you pin them together on INSIDE and sew them so the bag gets it round shape.
6. Then I sewed that little pocket on the other side (inside of the other part) of bag.
7. Put both bag halves together, outside on the inside. Pin them together. Start sewing BUT (this is important, I messed this up when I made this bag, I had to unpick the sewing when it was "finished" Undecided) leave about 5-7 cm from the top both sides of the handle unsewed. This is because you cannot turn it over when it is finished if you use that large metal/wooden handles like I did. (If you use only fabric-handles, then there's no problem.) When you have sewed the bottom together, fold the bag over so right sides are out, pin the 5-7 cm close again both sides and sew them close from inside. It should be easy if the handles are big.
8. When that last sewing is done, bag is ready! Or not if you want to put there some extras like I did Cheesy (pink little flowers.)

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And here's patterns for the brown/red-bag. There's only the bags big sides and that long one for the small sides and bottom. I did the same thing with the handles as I did with the pink one. For the bottom/side-part I just measured how much that triangle-part was round and added few cm extra so it wouldn't be too small for sure.

1. Same stuff for the handles what I did with the pink one. Handles were a lot smaller tho.
2. The bag itself. Notice that the handle-round-area is "wider" than the actual handles, that way it is possible to make those pleats. So, I used three layers on every side: outer, batting and inner. Fabrics were both pretty thick. So, I ironed again the folds on every side. Then I pinned every piece together (outer, batting and inner).
3. I left that handle-round-area without pinning again and put those handles in, pinned it close and made two pleats middle, both outside and inside fabrics. It was very very thick that pleated part, my needle-finger was very sore after sewing this bag Cheesy Then I sewed the handle in.
4. When both handles were on place I sewed inside pockets on both sides.
5. I pinned that side/bottom lond fabric-stuff on to the big-side-parts edge. I sewed it on the inside (red side) from handles left side through bottom to the right side of the handle.
6. Turned bag red to outside and pinned the other big side to the bottom-part and sewed from inside.
7. Ready! Unless you want to do anything else Smiley

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Gosh, this took forever with my english Cheesy Hope you understand the instruction without pics. Hope I didn't forget anythin important... Both of them are really easy to make. And I don't think you're stupid or anything, I just really really doubt my english with all there terms and stuff.. Gosh, I just need to practice more.[/color]
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