I finished the circle denim tote I started last month. Since I didn't trust the strength of the bag itself, I made a second bag from trigger fabric to line the interior. I made the handles out of waistbands removed from jeans. At Jeff's request, I made them long enough so he can wear them over his shoulder.
tote bag sewing binge and I decided to get creative with strips of denim. I couldn't decide how to finish this tote so I just set it aside to finish later. Later finally came.
I'm not sure it will be very durable, because I didn't sew down those strips. I used wonder under to adhere them to a backing fabric.
I made the handles out of 6"-wide strips and folded them into quarters, with the edges on the inside.
I spent another day cleaning and organizing my sewing room. I went through every container and every drawer and sifted them. I reorganized all the Sterilite tubs and labeled them. I believe I have all my in-progress projects currently in my sewing room added to a spreadsheet. (I likely have more unfinished projects squirreled away in our basement storage; those I am not including right now.)
I did not make a list of every project I bought materials for but never got around to starting.
Oh, those stacks of fabric so neatly arranged makes me feel giddy! Love me some organizin'! Job well done!ReplyDelete
Yes, I love my fabric shelves, though on the down side of having them out like that, some of them got faded. :( I'm hoping now that the curtains are finally hung, I'll have less issue. I've actually thought about hanging fabric curtains directly on the shelves. LOLDelete