Sunday, February 22, 2015

DIY Friday : Accessories

Hello everyone,
I'd love to show you what I made last Friday. I made two cosmetic bags in big and small size, one pencil case, two sunglass cases and one small jewelry pouch.
Here they are...

 
Pattern and materials for the cosmetic bags and pencil case:
Pattern : Draft it yourself cosmetic bag followed with easy tutorial from Hannah In The House. 
Materials : fabric scraps - medium crepe in pink floral and deep pink, lining fabrics - printed cotton and wine color cotton, zippers and thread.
 
The sewing process was easy and fast, I measured directly on the fabric and cut them all.
For the big cosmetic bag I measured on the fabric 25 cm x 39 cm. For the small cosmetic bag I measured 18 cm x 26 cm. And for the pencil case 30 cm x 20 cm. All the sizes are including 1 cm seam allowances.
I sew lining for the big cosmetic bag and pencil case but I leave the small cosmetic bag without lining.
 
Well, I forgot to take pictures of my sewing process. If you are interested to make some, please feel free to click the link ~here~. You can make any size you want based on the tutorial.
 
Here the closer look of my bags and pencil case. I love the small one very much, it is really cute. I am planning to put my lipstick and small mirror. The big one will be very useful to put my cosmetics for travelling :)



And here is the closer look of the lining and the zipper. Wine color cotton for the big cosmetic bag and printed cotton for the pencil case.

Pattern and materials for sunglass cases:
Pattern : Draft it yourself sunglass cases from Amber - Crazy Little Projects.
Materials : Fabric scraps - medium crepe in floral and deep pink, lining fabric in printed cotton and wine color cotton, thread

The sewing process was easy and fast too, I have done two of them in 30 minutes. More detail of the process you can read Amber's tutorial ~here~

They are very cute isn't it? I think I am going to make some more :)

And the last little project is small jewelry pouch. I made it myself and I promise to publish the tutorial soon. I am planning to make some more variations. We will see...

Materials:
Fabric scraps - medium crepe in deep pink color and printed cotton for lining, button and self-made loop, sewing thread and embroidery thread for top stitch the pouch.

Here are the closer look of the pouch, front - inside and back,



Happy crafting!

20 comments:

  1. Hana, these are so pretty..Love the floral lining.. Just perfect /pretty/ and useful.. Happy sewing.

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    1. Thank you, Judy :) Love to hear your compliments. Happy sewing to you too.

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  2. Very cute. These would make lovely gifts. Thanks for sharing I will have to have a go. What a lovely way to use up scraps

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    1. Thank you Tracy. I am sure you will love to make them :)

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  3. Wonderful Hana! My brother-in-laws girlfriend made some of the same box bags and I love them! They are actually on my "sewing to do list". Thanks for the link to the tutorial as well.

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    1. Thank you. Can not wait to see your creation :)

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  4. I love these, and was totally impressed that you made ALL of them in a day. sheesh.

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    1. Thank you, Mary. They were quick and easy little projects :)

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  5. They are all very lovely bags but my favourite is the jewelry -pouch :). That could be sized up to make all sorts of pouches for all sorts of things.

    What a productive day :).

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    1. Thank you, Sarah Liz. I want to try to make in several sizes, I will show you when I finished :)

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  6. I have been meaning to make a pencil pouch for my son. This is the motivation I need! I really like you sunglasses case..

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    1. Thanks Annie. I saw your latest handmade, they are adorable. The pencil case is easy and quick to make and I am sure you will love it :)

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  7. Hi Hana, Your bags and cases came out beautifully! Your jewelry pouch is charming, too. Nice fabric choices.

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    1. Hi Patricia, thank you for lovely words :)

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  8. Wow! Accessories such beautiful and practical ... what do more could you want ?? love especially the case for glasses. Good job!

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  9. Those are adorable and look super useful. Lovely gift ideas xxx

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