Jul 29, 2009
Patchwork cube drawstring bags
I made these four bags yesterday.
They are made with square pieces.
It's very easy pattern, so I'll write here the recipe in several days.
The inner fabric is Japanese cotton linen. It's good texture and thicker than cotton.
And I put low profile batting on the bottom, to keep the items well.
It open widely, so you can use it as a basket too. So I think this is good for sewing or knitting project, maybe making sarubobo.
I like this one. It's with american cotton fabric from my friend, EmiShimosato.
And also, I made some little gifts for my customers today.
They are very easy to make, from a piece of rectangle. I like this kind of simple idea. I made one in 10 minutes.
I'll write how to make it in next article.
Have a good day!!!!
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Those are adorable Mai!
You keep making such lovely things! I love the combination of fabrics you used.
they're so beautiful you have such creative flair!
they are so beautiful! :)
these are gorgeous and fabulous photos
I love these drawstring bags, they're so original!
i love to make drawstring bags too! And i love the lace details! pretty!!^_^
Lovely and very good ideas!
Will wait for the next post like crazy!! lol...
The drawstring bags are so very cute. Looking forward to your tutorial.
cute and lovely..
I love them. You have created something which suits me very well. I look forward to the instructions. I'm your annonymous friend from Malaysia. Terima kasih, means thank you in my country.
warmest regards, Mena
You always have such lovely fabrics. I like the little bags, especially the detail you put into them without making them too fussy.
Thank you very much! I like the shape too.
I took the pictures already and now writing the tutorial. Please wait for a while.
So Cute, i can't wait this recipe.
Oh, your bracelet is so pretty!
You make little thinks very very nice and so cute!
So very cute! I just found your blog through sewmamasew. I live in Tokyo and love to sew and quilt. Your mini tetra pattern is adorable! I just saw a photo in a magazine today of a larger tetra stuffed with lavendar, and hanging from a clothes pole in a closet as a sachet. I shall try your tutorial for this bag and your tetras soon!
Love your creations so much. Thank you for sharing!!
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