Make your own cosy sheepskin style slipper boots using a free pattern from Wee Fab favourite Tilly & The Buttons……….
So you’ve made your Tote bag and discovered it’s so basic, there is NO pockets!
We’ve put together a wee free pattern for you, to make a removable pocket you can loop around the handles.
If you make this we’d love to see photo’s!
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Marice & Fiona xx
Not made the tote yet? You’ll find the original post here.
Tote bag or ECO shopper, simple enough for beginners to create and a great starting point for improvers to modify, adding pockets and closures.
The humble tote bag is a staple in everyone’s life now. Whether you are here to sew it for the first time, or to adjust it to make the size to suit you, we hope you find the instructions easy to follow.
If you are not brave enough to cut into your ‘good’ fabric this is the perfect project for old duvets and curtains.
Download the INSTRUCTIONS here, there’s a written guide and accompanying photos.
What better way to personalise your sewing space, than to sew yourself a nest of boxes.
We’ve created our own nesting fabric boxes pattern for you to make. Here’s the list of what you need to make all 3 sizes.
- 1/2mtr Fabric for outer
- 1/2 mtr Fabric for lining
- 40cm *Wadding
* If you have no wadding, you could use interfacing, failing that if you are sewing with canvas or denim you could get away with nothing at all.
PURCHASE the pattern and instructions here... please let us know if you have made it, we LOVE to see your versions, and what you use them for!
Definitely my new favourite thing to sew. A fabric, RE-USABLE Easter Egg. Which you can re-fill to your
heart’s belly’s content.
Here’s what you need to make your own:-
- Fabric for outer
- Fabric for inside
- Optional: pimp your egg with buttons, beads, trims
This project I found on the Vlieseline (previously known as Vilene) website. You can download pattern and instructions here.
If you have not used decovil before then this a fantastic little project to have a go. Mainly used by bag makers, with it’s leather like form, decovil really holds it shape. Tear-resistant, but also dimensionally stable and easy to shape. Furthermore it is resilient, resistant to bending, punchable and the cutting edges stay tight. Thereby the fixed fabrics are good to handle and very stable and durable. Ideally suited for the creation of hats, belts, bags and small fabric bowls, but also, for interior decoration. It’s an iron on stabiliser, the shiny side is the glue. Suitable for cotton, decorative and synthetic fabrics. Machine wash 30o.
** At time of writing this, we stock Decovil in a pre-pack sheet size of 45cm x 50cm, if you love it as much as we do, we will look at stocking Decovil on the roll. Which would mean a 90cm width by whatever length you would like.
We would LOVE to see your makes! Fiona & Marice xx