Easy Drawstring Bag with Lining.

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.


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Rapunzel inspired easy peasy drawstring bag

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.

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Amigurumi fruits and veggies play set

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…):


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Watermelonize me!

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.

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Super easy paper gift bags

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.

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Oval box by Aneela Hoey

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.


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