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M.Carmen
« on: May 03, 2008 05:39:12 PM »

Hi! I saw a bag like these

http://www.orientationsinstyle.com/Thumbs/Merchandise/Bags/20800NC.jpg

in a local-japanese shop and I was trying to figure out how to sew a similar one. The thing is that I could see only the diagonal seam (probably there is another diagonal in the other side of the bag), but there are no seams on the sides or in the bottom of the bag... I guess you have to fold  in a strange way the fabric before sewing the diagonal seam but I cannot figure out...

Sorry if this doesn't make any sense....my English is terrible!
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SpottedFrog
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2008 08:13:39 AM »

That diagonal seam on the red bag is purely superficial, it's just there to be pretty. There is a bag tute here (look in the sticky list) that the sides & handles are continuous like that, you can modify the shape of the bottom portion pretty easily to make it poke out a bit more instead of being square.
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M.Carmen
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2008 08:26:55 AM »

That diagonal seam on the red bag is purely superficial, it's just there to be pretty. There is a bag tute here (look in the sticky list) that the sides & handles are continuous like that, you can modify the shape of the bottom portion pretty easily to make it poke out a bit more instead of being square.

Thank you for your answer, The thing is that I couldn't see any seam in the bottom so I guess the front and the back are continuous fabric but there isn't any seam in the sides...so....it is continuous fabric also?? maybe this is not possible and I am wrong  Undecided because I have been thinking since then and I cannot figure out...

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