I made this one for myself and it's a perfect fit for my phone and even Ipod!
The 'snap' part of the bag is from using pieces from a metal tape measure! Go figure, right!
This was my mandala/shibori fabric when I started some free motion quilting on it.
I didn't necessarily want the quilting to show but it just looked so blah...so I took some white tsukineko ink and filled in the outline part of the feather.
Quilting and painting all ready to stitch up into a snap bag.
I added a 'hem' to slip in the piece of metal tape, then stitched up the sides. I didn't line the inside of my bag. Again, this was my first one just to see what I wanted, didn't want or how to make the little bag!
You can see the hem on top and the inside. I'm happy with how it turned out. I think they would make nice little bags to hold gift cards for Christmas! I'm going to play around making a smaller size one for gift cards, just to see if it works out.
I am making good progress on the hex's...got a lot finished yesterday while watching the Lions play...they lost in overtime, which was so upsetting! But there's always next week!
Another beautiful fall day today. Kalee and I went for a car ride then for a nice walk downtown Davison. She's my best buddy for sure! Only problem is I tend to talk with her and ask her questions! Guess I'm not losing it yet as she's not answering me! But I did say "yet"!!
Well, off to sewing room to whip up another bag!