Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Sew It – Fabric trash Bag

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It is again Sew It time in Mayya’s blog. I missed sew it for last few weeks while i was travelling. This week it is the fabric trash bag from Ashley’s make it and love it. It is a well explained simple pattern all the beginners can try.

Here is my finished piece of work

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I didn’t get time to take a picture of the bag inside the car….for the time being it’s on my door handle.

Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your lovely comments …..

Until next time…

Have a nice day….nima

11 comments:

  1. Lovely bag Nima. I always love your beautiful finish.

    So thoughtful of your husband :)

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  2. Very nice Nima! I love the material pattern! :o) It is always great to see how different everyone makes the same item if you know what I mean.

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  3. Thank you Akila.

    Yes Renae....it is good to see different finishes of same pattern. That is the thrill of Sew It

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  4. WOW so neat!Love the material you used.Where can the boning be found , you have any idea Nima?

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  5. thank you pearlin and cindy.

    it's cotton handloom fabric. I used interfacing to make it steady.

    You can find boning in the tailoring supply shops. It is available in oman....hope you might find it in kuwait too. they may not know by the name..sometime we might need to explain....it is something that is used in sewing gowns...they know it like that.

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  6. hi neema! great too see you back in Sew It, too bad i couldn't join this week :( I LOVE the trash bag, very chic choice of fabric print, well done!

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  7. Hi Nima,
    Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a complimentary comment on my teapots table runner. It is always nice to have new visitors! I've just enjoyed a wander through your blogs, and will put Made To Treasure on my Favorites list. I love blogs that give links to tutorials!

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  8. As usual , a lovely piece of work and great finish. Love the fabric and design.

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  9. What a lovely thread catcher you made Nima!!! I had made something like that a few years ago, I'm still using it now. Congrats!

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