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« on: December 20, 2010 03:42:47 PM »

For the Geek Chic swap, my partner Kyerinn were both into Dungeons and Dragons (and bags haha) Well, you know what this means, right? BAG OF HOLDING!!! Cheesy

I stayed with my grandma over Thanksgiving break, and I spend the Saturday I was there living out of her basement, molesting her sewing machine. (No, seriously, I was all over that thing, I was shocked to be sewing with a working sewing machine because mine gives me so much hell) I knew I had to make a DnD bag. Originally I planned to have it be a d20, a plus sign, a caffeine molecule, an equal sign, and a heart and on a messenger bag, but my sewing skills failed for that, and a lot of other fails happened, so I decided to scrap that idea and made a d20 tote type bag. Smiley

The bag <3

Close up of the d20, I drew the design on the back in chalk pencil and then stitched it onto the front, I tried to stitch the numbers but it was failing, so I just took a red sharpie to it. XD;;;

Sorry this one is a bit blurry. Y'see, I have an unholy amount of this kinda ugly fabric that was given to me by a family member in hopes that I could give it new life. Well, I found a way to give at least some of it new life, as the lining of this bag, because lining doesn't have to be beautiful, and in my opinion, this bag actually makes this ugly fabric slightly beautiful. <3

I'm gonna have to make myself something DnD at some point <3
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2010 07:47:50 PM »

I'm sure your swap partner will love this bag! and you did an awesome job on that d20! I would never attempt to tackle that !
thanks for sharing!
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« Reply #2 on: January 01, 2011 06:41:30 PM »

Thanks ^_^

Yeah, the d20 took waaaaaay longer than I expected :s It made me grumpy haha. XD
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