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30 mins

Scraps of fabric, and time on my hands.
I needed a quick bag to carry around at school one day, and I had about 30 minutes to spare, so I threw this together.

I used fabric I already had lying around, and chaos-stitched and mostly patched things on to the front panel. It has no lining, but I'm considering ripping it apart and putting a lining in, because I've fallen in love with this bag.

Posted by Kelsi from Seattle, Washington, United States • Published See Kelsi's 6 projects »

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paulette u.
paulette u.
can you please send off the instructions for making this style bag please?
This is the type of bag I have been trying to make but i never get the shape quite right.
Thanks loads
minty · 16 projects
i absolutly love it Happy
michelle G.
michelle G. · Antigonish, Nova Scotia, CA · 1258 projects
oh great bag
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 378 projects
I love the abstractness of this bag - totally original.

You wouldn't need to rip it apart to add a lining - just use the existing bag to make your pattern, then add 1/2 inch or so to each side for the seam allowance and sew the lining together, then turn the existing bag inside out and stitch it to the lining at the top.

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