Little bags are one of the easiest things to make with scraps of fabric. I just showed you my Rapunzel inspired easy peasy drawstring bag the other day, so now I’m just going to give you a few variations to hide the seams by adding a lining.
Drawstring bags are one of the simplest things to make and they are super versatile. Big or small, they can be used as a backpack or as gift bag. I made this one inspired on Disney’s film Tangled in just about 1 hour.
Keep reading for a little tutorial.
Those of you who follow the blog may have noticed that I’ve been posting some crochet fruits and veggies lately. Well, it all makes sense now that I can show you they are part of a playing set I made for my little cousins so they can pretend they go to the market, or to the garden, or whatever! 🙂
Here the fruits:
And here the veggies (although technically the tomato and the lemon are fruits too, and the mushrooms are fungi…):
Watermelon print is a trend. Well, maybe it’s not really like a worldwide trend… But I’ve been a little bit obsessed with watermelons lately, so I guess at least it’s a trend to me… 🙂
When I was a child, I had this watermelon shirt that I really liked, so maybe it has to do with some childhood memory retrieving thing…
Oh, yeah, look at my hair… I’m a child of the 80’s…
Anyway, I had so much dye left after my Kacey-Musgrave’s-inspired-glue-and-dye-tote-bag that I felt I had to dye something else.
I’m back! I know you were all worried because I didn’t post anything last weekend but you can stop suffering now 😉 I bring you something cool to make up for my abandonment.
This is so unbelievable easy to make that I wonder why I didn’t try it before! It’s quick, fun and full of possibilities! You’ll only need paper and tape.
I first saw this tutorial like a year ago and I knew immediately I was going to make a bunch of these oval boxes for my family and friends. They are fun and easy to make and they look a little bit more pro than the classic flat zippered pouch. Keep reading after the image for a link to the original tutorial by Aneela Hoey and a different way to sew the interior of the lid.