* pouf bag

Posted on October 18th, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

I made this last night at craft night. I’ve made a few bags of this same shape but in various dimensions, so I managed to get the topology right even though I messed it up as soon as I cut the fabric (curse you, Japanese seam allowances!) It’s a little guy, just big enough for some notions. The fabric is a tablecloth I got for 50 cents at a church sale last week, which means I’ve got a ton more of it for other things. Hmm, what to make next?


3 Responses to “pouf bag”

  1. lisa s Says:

    if you want to do something very japanesey make more pouf bags in different sizes so you have matching small medium large :D – love the fabric!

  2. Janel Says:

    The fabric looks kind of camo-ey at a quick glance. I like the idea of making the same bag in different sizes so you can have a set. Cute!

  3. Cassi Says:

    Cute fabric, cute bag!


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