Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Finished another or finally some quality time in my sweatshop!

Man-cub selected the fabrics and guided the design. Just took too long due to the "freshening" of the house in preparation of putting on the market.

The lining is the same as the olive accent. It is backed with fusible Peltex for stability. For the brown dimple cover I used fusible fleece for a plusher look. I set my machine for leather sewing and used a denim needle. Makes getting through all the thick layers much easier.

This has a pocket on each side of the "spine" and a pocket under the flap.

It is approximately 11" x 13"x3" and has enough room for his laptop and cords along with an additional book. I might do another, after I finish some other projects first!

On another note, I have added to my favorite blogs list "Southern Campaign in NC" This blog is by a friend of mine who is an amazing Revolutionary War history as it relates to our area-buff. Visit it, you will learn something!

1 comment:

ilex said...

Cute bag, sister.

I'm so glad you posted Donna's blog!