Diy fabric scraps into Beautiful Handbag 【FREE TEMPLATE DOWNLOAD】#HandyMum布碎利用,手作包创意教学❤❤

Diy fabric scraps into Beautiful Handbag 【FREE TEMPLATE DOWNLOAD】#HandyMum布碎利用,手作包创意教学❤❤


Diy fabric scraps into Beautiful Handbag

100 thoughts on “Diy fabric scraps into Beautiful Handbag 【FREE TEMPLATE DOWNLOAD】#HandyMum布碎利用,手作包创意教学❤❤

  1. Amei!! Vc mostra as medidas e quantas vezes tem q cortar e onde costurar ,assim desse modo a gente consegue fazer. Obrigada!!

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  3. wondering what sewing needle you used as there were a lot of layers to sew through when you were doing the handles

  4. Very beautiful and very unique bag. I admire your craftsmanship, very nicely done!! 😻What is that glossy paper you have been sewing the scraps on to? Is it a thin plastic, or more of a covered cardboard? What was the seam allowance you used to put the scraps together, when you sewed them vertically? Thanks for sharing. Regards from Germany 🇩🇪

  5. What a beautiful bag and all from scraps of material. Love it. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.

  6. Very nice and simple bag, you tutorial was very easy to follow. What did you use to sew the strips on, can’t tell if it’s a strong stabilizer or a thin plastic?

  7. La banda que va alrededor del bolso es de 30 por 10 seria 30 por 10 no? Porque a la hora de doblar se queda en 10 para meter el cordón no?

  8. Bonjour et merci pour ce pas à pas 🙂 Je voudrais savoir ce que tu utilises pour coudre les bandes de tissu, du tissu, du papier, de l'intissé ? Merci pour la réponde et bravo pour toutes tes vidéo qui me plaisent beaucoup 🙂 Amitié de Bretagne France 🙂

  9. Почему обязательно лоскутки одно длины? Было бы интереснее, если были разной длины

  10. почему нет внутренних карманов для телефона, кошелька…? и сумочку надо делать чуть больше. тот же зонтик положить.

  11. Hi. You are so talented. I will be trying this myself soon. What a good way to use some of my scraps. Thank you

  12. Cute way ti use up scraps and remember the larger items that were made earlier. Simple and easy to understand directions. Thanks.

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