This is another handmade handag idea I wanted to share for the sewing experts out there. There's a free pattern included.
I always hung out with guys, even in school I was quite the tomboy. While my classmates were pining for the boy band du jour, I was listening to Ozzie and fart jokes.
But what does that have to do with the price of tea in China? See, the thing is that I like how the male mind works. They usually see things from unusual perspectives. When I finished this curvy bag for my daughter's assistant teacher, I gleamed with pride at my handiwork, at my creating my very own pattern, at the nice combination of fabrics I chose. My husband told me the bag looked "like boobs".
Thanks honey, that's the nicest thing you've ever said about my sewing.
This is another handmade bag ideas I wanted to share for the sewing experts out there. For this cute curvy bag I used some fabric I had from Who Knows When, and half a yard of Secret Life of Fairies Tossed Flowers I bought a couple of months ago.
I finished it with my Ms. K's initial and a butterfly button.
Inside it was lined with the same flowery fabric, and I added a pocket. The bag closes with a zipper. As with almost all my bags, I used fusible fleece (Amazon affiliate link) it gives the bag body.
Eventually I did write a pattern, you can find the free pattern and instructions here. You can sew your own, beautiful boob bag.
Each strap is sewn on one side and attached with a square ring on the other side (each on opposite sides). Except for the straps, there are no straight lines in this bag. It is pretty roomy too. I liked it so much that I made one for myself.
Is your spousal unit's humor different than yours? Who's the one telling the fart jokes at home?
FIND THE PATTERN HERE.