Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Make-Up Bag

Here is a make-up bag that I whipped up for my sister-in-law while she was here visiting.  If you are looking to make a make-up bag this one is easy and looks really cute in person.  I found the tutorial over at Liesl Made.  You should check out the one she made.  It is too cute with the ticking fabric and I just LOVE her name!  It's so different and pretty!




I added an applique butterfly because my sister-in-law loves butterflies.  I found the pattern for the applique over at  Nutmeg Designs




I messed up the zipper a little.  I lost my zipper foot and only had invisiable zippers so I couldn't get close enough to give it a clean stitch.  It was just for fun anyway and my sis didn't seem to mind.  I also used fusiable fleese instead of interfacing which gave it a softer look.  The fabric is a cordoroay and I'm not sure who makes it.  The straps are a rope trim from Joanne's. 






It's so nice to be able to enjoy the talents of other women!  Thanks ladies for helping me create a great and quick gift for someone I love! 









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4 comments:

  1. Your version turned out great! It's nice how you've personalized for your sister-in-law!
    Angela

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  2. It is so cute! Glad you enjoyed the tutorial! :)

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  3. What a great make-up bag and I love the fabric! I'm going to check out the tutorial. Please add this to my linky party!
    www.seaminglysmitten.blogspot.com
    Jenny

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