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not2old4glitter
« on: September 04, 2006 03:01:02 AM »

not really a purse but not sure where else to put it...and it's constructed a lot like a purse.
anyway, I am burning a bunch of bootleg CDs for a friend and made this little CD case as a surprise to send with them. There's a cd next to it to show the size

it's black denim and  he loves Bacardi so that's the bacardi bat on the front, I used the inkjet transfers for dark fabrics and found the logo online. It had silver pyramid studs in the 4 corners and on the loop handle thingie. (which you can't see too well in the pics unfortunately)
There's a zipper that wraps around 3 sides, so it can open like a book

there is the inside, it's lined with a black and silver pinstripe. I don't usually make stuff for men so I tried to keep the decoration plainer than  most of my bags but I think it's pretty cute.

oh yeah and it's padded with some fusible fleece between the demin and the lining, to give it more body and protect the CDs.
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KittyKurl
« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2006 09:28:14 AM »

That's awesome! Was the zipper hard to sew in when it's curved like that?
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« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2006 11:40:23 AM »

No because I sewed it to a straight piece of fabric, the zipper is in a placket (a long strip of fabric on each side). I used a placket because i wanted the case to be thicker than the width of the zipper. I made the straight placket first and then sewed that into the  cover. And there's really no curve, just 2 right angle corners.
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