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Sewing - Project Bag

My confidence with using a sewing machine and cutting out fabric, has really grown since taking the Sewing Class in February. I have been planning projects and working out all the measurements for them. The one item I wanted to make first was a project bag. I have been seeing these a lot recently on YouTubers yarn podcasts. I love being inspired by others! There are so many gorgeous styles available. They are really useful, too. You can use them for your knitting and crochet WIP's, or other crafty projects. They even make great cosmetic and toiletry bags, too.

I purchased a selection of fabrics from eBay about a month ago with the intention of using it for the projects I had been planning. I chose a woodland theme fabric, some plain white cotton fabric and a plain teal colour fabric, along with some interfacing to stiffen and strengthen them. I decided to put a button on rather than a zip because it is easier but also I made it so the top would fold down to be buttoned. This made sure nothing would fall out. In addition to this, I included a handle because even though it may be put into a handbag to take out and about, it also meant that you could just carry on its own.

This particular project bag was just a test run and I will be making others. I will add and change parts of this project bag to improve so that I can sell it.

The finished size was 29.5cm width by 20cm height (25cm when open).

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Cutting fabric Shaping handle Iron fabric parts Pin pieces together ready for sewing Handle stitched Pin handle to bag fabric Iron on interfacing Iron fabric sides Pin sides together ready for sewing After sewing turn right side out Flatten bag out and iron Push inside layer into bag Inside of bag Finished project bag Unbuttoned finished project bag