So last night I was cleaning out my closet [not in an eminem way], and realized that I have a lot of crappy bags that I never use. They are all flimsy, non-functional bags, with the exception of two. Soooo I'm throwing them all out-okay I'm giving 2 to my friend, but the rest are going away for a loooong time.
The Lara bag must consist of 3 major ingredients:
Stabilty, cuteness, and of course it must function properly.
So I said, "NO MORE PROMOTING BANDS ON MY BAGS!
[except for pins]" With Igor on my side I got to work and slaveeeeeed. Yes, the damn bag did
take 4 hours from cutting to sewing the last detail, I'll explain after the pictures.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v68/MaryBleeding/projects/DSCN2880.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v68/MaryBleeding/projects/DSCN2881.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v68/MaryBleeding/projects/DSCN2882.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v68/MaryBleeding/projects/DSCN2883.jpghttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v68/MaryBleeding/projects/DSCN2884.jpg
As you can see in the last picture, my Jordy bag has a weird curve. This was NOT intentional. It's another When good sewing machines go bad
story. Of course I did know how to use the buttonhole function on my mom's high tech machine, but for some reason the thread was bunching up and I had to keep ripping it out. I was a smartass and decided to not use the velcro to begin with, and so decided to add a button in the middle at the very end
. ...never again.
But hey it's functional, cute, and it holds my cell phone, wallet, orbit gum, and keys with plenty of room left, and that was all I really needed. Plus it's got heavy duty interfacing so it's not flimsy
Comments, questions, concerns?