Friday, January 31, 2014

Feature Friday! Sew Together Bag

On Feature Friday today, we are focusing on the Sew Together Bag! A bag pattern by Michelle of SewDemented.

This is a fun little sewing storage bag! It has three zipper pockets and four open pockets between the pockets that act as pockets, all bundled up in a large zipper, that forms two handles on the sides.

This bag will easily hold all your on the go sewing supplies. It will amaze you how much you can put into this fun and compact bag.


Dorie of Tumbling Blocks made one with a pieced and quilted exterior for a friend. So gorgeous. Love the feather print binding!


And on the inside, more rainbow deliciousness!


Dorie reports of the pattern that it is clearly written and fun to make! They certainly are fun to look at! Let's see some more:

Jeannie of Lv2Create calls them "addictive." I love the contrast between the bright zippered pockets and the the text print outsides on this one!

And this one, with the different colored zippers, that perfectly coordinate with the fabric!


Jamie of silverbailey has made several lovely ones too:


I especially like the lime and grey combination! A bag is always a great opportunity to combine many coordinating smaller pieces of cherished fabrics into one compact project!

I hope you are inspired to try something new and challenging by these pretty bags. And maybe you'll find it not so challenging after all!

Whatever you create, be sure to show it off in our Made with Pink Castle Fabrics Flickr pool!

2 comments:

  1. I have now made 4 of these pouches, but the 1st one was a true puzzle, and I consider myself advanced. I seam ripped as much as I sewed, but I do love the finished product. That said, the pattern was not what I would call "clearly written." I will totally agree with "addictive." The diagrams are confusing, but if you look at completed bags, it can make some steps clearer. Al in all, it's worth the trouble, but you should know what you're getting into.

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  2. Thank you so much for showing my bag. Truly fun to make and like Denise it took me one to make before I got the hang of it. After that super easy! All my granddaughters use them for make-up bags.

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