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mamamoira
« on: January 14, 2009 08:56:16 AM »

I haven't posted in ages, but I have been lurking. Figured it was time to see what you all thought of my newest creation!

This was meant to be a Christmas gift for a friend of mine, but well it took longer than I expected! She wanted a new bag for her fancy new DSLR camera, something padded and with a separate area for an extra lens. Anyway, here are the finished photos.

(...how annoying that spam prevented snagged me. Sad Here's a link to my pictures on flickr:)

Front:
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Inside:

-Jennifer
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spiderlady
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2009 09:54:21 AM »

Beautiful work!  I'm sure your friend will agree it was worth the wait.
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scary_mary
« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2009 10:35:13 AM »

It looks great!

I love the divider you made for the extra lens  Smiley

Is the bag padded?
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mamamoira
« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2009 01:35:49 PM »

Yeah. The outer fabric was actually too lightweight I thought, so I interlined it to some black cotton canvas I had, basically just basting the outer piece to a matching canvas piece and treating the two from that point on as one piece of fabric.  Then interfacing and my current favorite -- fusible fleece!

I love the padding you get from fusible fleece, and it's easy to sew with (I actually find it easier than sewing with regular iron-on interfacing on the 'bottom', as that somehow tends to drag in my sewing machine, haven't figured THAT one out yet...).  Just is sometimes a bear to get seams to lay flat/turned as well as I'd like, even after trimming the excess fleece out of the seam allowance.

-Jennifer
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scary_mary
« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2009 08:49:14 AM »

I will have to look for some fusible fleece (It's not that easy to get hold of in the UK) I need to make a bag for our new camera  Smiley

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