What you've been asking for....

Saturday, April 26, 2008

The tutorial for the mini fabric bags is finally here! I created these little beauties as goodie bags for the attendees of my Creative University retreat. They're so easy and fun, hope the tutorial is helpful to those who've asked for it. Click here for tutorial. Be patient, it may take a while to load, but it's worth it!



These are great little multi-purpose bags, so many uses! Fill with scrappin' supplies on your desktop, or in the bathroom for beauty products, even an itty bitty garbage can for all your paper bits while croppin'.

Note: This post has been altered from its previously published version. I've removed the slideshow in the blog and replaced it with the link above, to allow faster loading of the page.

12 comments:

Paper Bling said...

OMG!!! I so have to make this! Great "tut" BTW! thanks for the instructions.

Stampin n da Hood said...

now THIS will make me go crazy trying to find a missing part for my sewing machine!
Oh the cleverness of you, Tresa!

Lisa Sargent said...

As one of my customers would say, "This is SO ding-dong cute!" Now I want to make it, even though I can't really sew! Thanks, as always, for sharing your amazing talent!

Holly said...

this is wonderful!!!
hugs,
HOlly

Inkyfingerz said...

Brilliant!!! Thanks for sharing!!

nonapearl said...

I just love my little bag! Thanks for making them for your retreat goers!!! I put acrylic blocks in mine (the ones that are always spilling all over my workspace!)

Adeline E. Brill said...

Love the bag and love the Bernina!

Nicole said...

Tresa, personally I think you are a total doll for providing these instructions to all of us!
I totally suck at sewing but I am thinking I'm giving these a try. I love your blog and will totally be back!

Jo said...

I hate sewing, but will have to try this one.

thanks for sharing. I love seeing your work on the consultants board & also in mags & say " I know her"

Juel said...

This is a wonderful tutorial. I took part in National Scrapbook Day at my local scrapbook store and made these for the ladies that came. They were all so excited! Thank you for putting it together.

Jodie said...

Those bags are so adorable! To bad I cannot sew a straight line. Looking foward to getting to working with you at Croppinsville!

JackieS said...

I love ALL of your tutorials. I consider myself to be creatively challenged, but your tutorials give me the confidence to try new things :) Thanks SO MUCH! I think I'll make a few of these cute bags for sewing and paper scraps. My gramma could use one for her yarn scraps too. Oooh lots of homemade Christmas gift ideas.

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