Sometimes you do something that makes you smile from the inside out. This is one of these types of projects. This is an oversized project bag for knitting large items such as Sweaters that store multiple projects in a bag, or covers, if I ever climb on the crazy car (I do not like to knit on heavy projects).
Despite the machine's multiple attempts to eat the fabric (I even had to disassemble the throat plate), this oversized project bag was easy to make and highly appealing as a project bag because:
- The sweet cactus Fabri (it just had to come home with me from JoAnn)
- The material is very elastic
- The material is thin and flexible for a large lined pocket
- Pull-thong bags are fun to open and close
I bought a number of imitation leather labels to add to projects, but I did not use them until yesterday. It's hard to find an object that can use such a big tag, but this project fits exactly.
Just between you and me, the label actually hides a minor stitching error (part of the folded hem came loose, so I had to sew a 2-inch thread under the existing thread to hold it in place) – and no one can say ! In fact, it's a blessing that I needed something like that at this point because it makes the bag look better than it does in the store.
I have a Weekender sweater It's almost done there and there's about half the height left over for extra knitting or twine.
I love it so much. I plan to make a small project bag for socks from the leftover fabric. However, I may need to rotate it horizontally because I do not have much left, but I feel I can not cut off the remaining fabric from this pressure. It's too cute!
My husband was pretty impressed with this. He looked at me and said, "You should really sell this Anna!" My answer was that I was still learning how to sew and worried that there was a mistake (like a seam that did not work well because of my beginner skills), and it took me two hours, though it was a simple project. Or maybe in the future, when I feel like all of my homemade project bags have performed well in recent years.
But right now he's volunteered to build a backpack for places like Six Flags.
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