They look great and everyone is going to love them. Thanks for the link, I need to try some of these.
thank you so very much, they are really handy & using a heavy weight interfacing makes them stiff but soft to touch
They look terrific. I don't like raw or serged edges either. So I line them.
I have lined them but haven't figured out how to avoid the serged edges at the bottom seam? Any ideas
They look great. Remember people that do not sew probably won't even notice the serged edges inside. After all once there are things inside the pouches the edges will be all covered up.
very true, thanks
Love your fabrics! These will be fun to receive!----If you don't like the edges showing,this white Baby Dry (waterproof) is the inside of one of mine. It's the red pouch turned wrong side outwards. There are no raw edges. I used this pdf in the link, for the boxy pouch. Click on under the orange and white boxy pouch, for the pdf, if you want to make the next ones without seams showing. Good luck, I know you can do it!-Toogie
thanks so very much toogie, i will go there & check it out
it looks so much nicer & now that I have read it, I know exactly how to do this thanks again!
I have made some of these also, and I agree about the raw edges. You did a fantastic job on them. My favorites are the red ones. My daughter has an implanted medical device, and she uses a box bag to hold her external control. It's a perfect size and the zipper makes everything accessible.
Thank you very much, I think that they will like them too. there pretty handy to have~hugs~
I vote for M Mouse. Your binding on the seams reminds me putting in a Hong Kong finish on unlined jackets years ago.
thanks, next time I will bind all the seams. Having the bottom edged stitched makes finding the center of the bag easier so not sure how I can get away from that
funnily enough the really square Spiderman one is my favourite.
I signed up for a class on how to do these bags. Yet to make one.
they are much easier to make then I thought. I added the name of the utube I went to & her instructions are very good
It's hard to pick a favorite so I can make one for myself, which one do you like best?