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« on: July 17, 2005 03:43:20 PM »

Please help i trying to make bags like the ones below , but i have no clue where to start b/c the shapes and details are new to me.

(1) i like how the pockets are on the sides
(2) i like that shape
(3) i like this shape too
(4) this shape also
(5) this too , this pockets and stuff are crazy

-- if you know of any way i can create this shapes for bags or details on them please let me know.
---- also , if you think you know the basic idea , if you could draw me a ruff scetch of how the pieces should be , i'd like that alot

** thanks in advance
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« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2005 02:19:35 AM »

Number 1) Try searching for Skipping Bag here on craftster, it looks like you could easily modify a skipping bag to make this.

Number 3) This one looks very two dimensional, i.e. not a lot of tricks, it looks like two flat pieces drawn in that shape and sewn together...sorry I don't have a program to draw it or I would be happy to draw it for you...

Number 4)  I like this shape too, in fact I've been totally jonesing one like this that my friend Ro bought at Kate Spade, here's another version of it http://www.katespade.com/product/index.jsp?productId=1883743&cp=1981009.1855185.1863856.1866646.  Sorry I haven't deciphered this pattern yet but if/when I get around to it i'll probably post the result on craftster Wink  I think you could make one big rectangle piece that wraps around to make the body and make two square pieces for the ends...put some handles on it, and get something approximate...

You need a handbag...  www.muchachak.com
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« Reply #2 on: July 18, 2005 08:13:24 AM »


« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2005 11:32:19 AM »

Food for thought...

1) think about using a plate or plastic storage container lid.  I see modified hobo bag when I look at this.

2) Modified A-line runway bag is what I see here

3) a-line slouch bag

4)  Wrap around rectangle with end gusset & buckle hardware

5)  think carpet bag with lots of buckles and zippers
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