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Topic: Senketsu and Junketsu -Anime ON- Plus another Dice Bag.  (Read 2668 times)
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« on: October 25, 2014 11:03:10 AM »



Have you watched Kill La Kill? NO? Then go watch it right now. But if you have, then these guys should look very familiar to you! These were incredibly fun to make. Cheesy

Made from canvas and cotton fabric, faux leather, and felt. They have an adjustable strap, for more comfy lengths. Everything is machine sewn and sturdy. They also have a little inside pocket for small things, and a back pocket for bigger things.

Senketsu & Junketsu - Kill La Kill

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A second version of my D20 Bags. This one has a third side to it and has a strap, to show off that d20 love!

This one was more difficult to put together, but I rather liked the end result. Ill probably be making more of these!

Machine sewn, made from canvas fabric and my handcarved lino piece.
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« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2014 07:51:57 AM »

Oh man, those Kill La Kill bags are AWESOME! I especially love the sparkly blue fabric you used for Junketsu. *_* The design translated really well into bag form, I think, and your stitching looks really good. A+!!

I really need to finish watching the show...
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« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2014 02:48:10 PM »

Oh man, those Kill La Kill bags are AWESOME! I especially love the sparkly blue fabric you used for Junketsu. *_* The design translated really well into bag form, I think, and your stitching looks really good. A+!!

I really need to finish watching the show...

Thank you very much! Cheesy
Oh it's just felt, I guess it looks glittery because of the flash. XD
I'm glad you liked them though!

And yeah, you should definitely finish watching the show!
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