Sunday, February 14, 2010

Savanna Bag

Savanna bag
Here's four videos to show you how to make the Large Savanna Bag. I used the Big Shot Die Cut Machine & the Scallop Square die to cut the fabric.



 I should have the instructions available for a small fee in a few days.



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8 comments:

crockpotlover said...

Very cute! Glad to have the video for making the Savanna Bag.

Z said...

Love the fabrics that you used!

stampinsundevil said...

Thank you for sharing this awesome idea! This bag is super cute and I really like the added touch of the ruffle! For someone who had never really sewn before until Founder's Circle, you've really taken off in terms of what you've been making! I rediscovered sewing a year ago after a 25 year hiatus! I made a diaper bag a year ago and also used the needlepoint plastic for the bottom of it. I actually just covered it with fabric and added it to the inside of the bag after it was done. Can't wait to try making this bag myself!

Christine Wells said...

LOVE IT!!! I just made the rag quilt purse yesterday (I'll send you a pic!) and can't wait to get my hands on this bag!!! I'm like you with the sewing...not the best, but have been doing bits here and there for the last 6 years! I have been making teddy bears and hemming pants and such, not much else...

Oh, the stitch you used to do the ruffle, I believe is called a 'running stitch'!

Thanks for sharing,
Christine

Crafty Dawn said...

Hi Hun This is FAB!!!! I will have a go I think, I have a problem with my machine in that it doesn't have any plate to guide the sizing of hems etc so will have to be a little imagineitive.I may just try the purse to start so I think I will have to fine some yummy material love the bright pastels you have used.

Love Dawn (UK)xx

Anonymous said...

I love this bag. I am so in love with the fabrics you chose, may I ask where you found them?

Nasha said...

Hi Angie, I'm Nasha from Malaysia and so in love with this savanna bag and the fabric is so beautuful. Your blog is superb even for a beginner like me. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

Mary Ann Traina said...

Angie, I love the Savannah bag. When you're trying to get the ruffle even, here's a trick from my old "Stretch 'n Sew" Days. Divide both the bag and the ruffle (before you ruffle it)into the same amount of equal spaces; i.e., mark with pins the bag divided into maybe 4 equal parts. Do the same with the ruffle into 4 parts. Gather each section of the ruffle to fit in the space on the bag. Did I say that clear enough?