Here is a link to a free tutorial
That's a cute one too, but the ones elemausi made are different.
They look very pretty. I like the zipper. Is it very fiddly to get the runner on the coil? That is something I have not tried before.
Mops, look on youtube, Sweetpea Pod by Lazy Girl Designs. I think these are the bag. It doesn't show you how to cut the bag out, but it's just one side of the zipper, with a different zipper pull. I don't think you would HAVE to change the pull, though. Let me know what you think.
I bought zipper on the yard with a number of pulls and I manage well with those to get a 'normal' zipper, it is the one coil folded double that gives me trouble, especially when it is a short length.
oh, die gefallen mir, hast du davon ein Schnittmuster oder hast du das auch ausgetüftelt? LG Maria
You did very well with these, I'm still trying to figure out how they are cut and assembled. The bottom seam looks opposite the top. Can you show us how you made these? It might be something a little different I could make for my gifts.
I found my unfinished one, just pinned after the zipper half was stitched to the top and the pull hanging on one side only :).
I'll sew a new one and take pictures.
Take your time, I'm not making anything this week, but thanks for offering to help.
You start with a square of fabric, say 9", cut it in half so you get 2 half square triangles. One for the outer side, one for the lining (or make 2 from 2 different fabrics). Use some iron stabiliser if needed. Sew the zipper tape along the diagonal. Now fold the zipper tape in half and attach the pull, partly close it and stitch across the ends of the tape to secure. Then fold the whole thing flat, wrong side out, so the raw end of the zipper touches the top of the triangle forming a square and stitch the 2 open sides.
Then make two boxed corners in the usual way, about an inch deep.. Add lining made the same way.
Mine turned out to be approx. 6"x3"
Try it out with a paper napkin (without a zipper) - I did, hence the 9".
I do believe I understand so gonna give it a try asap. Thanks mops for being so helpful!
Nicely done specially since you had no instructions.
These Look Great and so useful
You did a fine job on these. I understand about the scrap bucket. Lol!
Great job I really love them. They are so cute
Nice job, Barbel...you did a great job figuring these out without any instructions...
These are great little bags. You are clever to figure out the pattern without any instructions.
I think those scraps multiply in the bin while we are not looking! Cute purses. Hugs. Nan
Yes, you are right, they are as calories, during we sleep they come and in the morning all its more than yesterday.