I saw a little quick video on Facebook the other day where a candy wrapper was turned into a small zip bag and thought it would be fun to do with an in-the-hoop (ITH) project.
Watch how to make a lined, zippered bag in your embroidery machine! The finished bag has no exposed seams or exposed zipper on the inside. See different fabric options and various embellishment choices in a range of sizes.
Looking for a bag to organize your essentials for running around on quick trips? Or how about a small bag to carry your passport, a bit of money, a tube of lip gloss and your cell phone? Then here it is!
I love having a small bag to run around town with. Yes, there are times when I want to tote along a bottle of water, my iPad, some kind of handwork project, and/or a few other bulky items in a large bag, but for a quick shopping trip, who needs all that extra stuff?
Ever wish you could press a button on your sewing machine and it would sew a zipper for you? Or better yet, how about insert a zipper, line a small accessory bag in just one hooping, and stitch the whole thing together? Well, you can! You will have to do a little finishing work but […]
After I posted the Snappy Glasses Cases, I was bombarded with requests for a version that would fit in a 5×7” hoop so here’s a new bevy of bags. Although they may look different, they’re all done from just one design!
To make an organizer fully in the hoop with as few hoopings as possible does require a large sewing field and this one needs a full 200mm x 300mm one. It is not split for smaller machines and I don’t recommend shrinking it.
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