So here come the part 2, sewing tote bag for my little one. If you miss the previous posting, here is the link. All the materials I used in this project came from my scrap fabric storage therefore the size this tote bag basically based on what scrap fabric size I had.
I cut the main (the one with bear embroidery) and lining fabric in 14″ x 18″ including 1/4″ seam allowance, the straps is 1″ wide x 12″ long ( finished size).
Fold in half and sew the fabric on the longest side with right side facing together. Do the same for the lining. Draw line about 2″ from each corner, sew, then cut the excess. Do the same for the lining.
Turn the main fabric and lining with the right side facing together, position each straps about 3″ from edge, sew the top and leave 2″ opening for flipping.
This is the picture after I flip it. Sew the top including the opening.
Seeing my girl liking it is priceless 🙂
Sewing and embroidery project I did during memorial day weekend. I put it into 2 separate postings, one is for the embroidery and the other one is for the sewing. So here is the part 1, Bear embroidery!
My girl loves stuffed animal, specially bear, anything with bear… I got this bear sketch from the bed sheet, it has printed bears on it and she always kisses them whenever I use the sheet on the bed… so cute to just watch her doing so 🙂
Initially I was planning to add some wild flowers and bees, as you can see I had drawn them on the paper in the right side, but then the plan’s changed … I added balloons and writing instead, I think this would be more fun for her.
The bear outfit came from scrap fabric.
Stay tune for the part 2, I used this embroidery in sewing tote bag for her.
Remember my previous post Cupcake applique ? Here is the link https://sweetsourmoments.com/2014/03/14/crochet-cupcake-applique/ …. This is the same shirt only in different color. For this one I used the combination of fabric and crochet.
My husband said it’s guava when I asked him what it looked like 😦 …. Hopefully you can see it as a pear.