Sewing tutorial round up | How About Orange

January 13, 2012

Sewing tutorial round up

Check out these bag, pouch, and apron instructions, graciously provided by the people of the internet:
Naughty secretary bag tutorial at Sew Sweetness
Urban jungle bag pattern, also from Sew Sweetness
Laminated messenger bag tutorial by Sew Can Do
Boxed pouch how-to from Terrabyte Farm
A Kindle slip case project by Charm Stitch
Shannon's apron instructions from Buttercream and a Sewing Machine

And a bonus: If you share a link to designer Tanya Whelan's pretty new book Sew What You Love, you can choose a free bag pattern to download. Find out more right here.

16 comments:

Grandma G said...

Nice selection! Now if I could only get my other projects done.... ;)

Jessica Jones said...

Yeah, get going!

able mabel said...

Sweet! More projects to do!

Grandma G said...

Sorry... no bonus for you. :(

Mum

Jessica Jones said...

You mean that other thing you thought about making bigger and sending over?

Grandma G said...

No, YOUR thing. You said it would be a bonus if I got done in time.....

Palepinkradish said...

Nice selection ..there's a lot to do here ! Thank you, Ste

Sara @ Sew Sweetness said...

Thank you so much for posting 2 of my bags!! I live in Chicago too! I started looking at your fabrics last year but never got around to buying any, but I have a very large bag pattern that I'm writing soon that would be perfect for it...I'm just trying to decide which Tulip colorway to use. ;-) Thanks again!

Camila said...

I wish I could sew like this!
Lovely selection!
Greetings from Brazil!

Cheryl @ Sew Can Do said...

Thanks so much for featuring my Laminated Messenger Bag! Do you have a button I could add to my Featured On page?

Amy said...

Thanks for sharing these. I love the boxed pouches and will definitely be making one -- I've been wanting to try some zipper pouches!

LimeRiot said...

Ohhhh! Thanks for sharing. I love all of these.

Sara Torregrosa said...

Maybe I'll give the Kindle slip case a try. It seems not too complicated. Thanks for sharing!

Jessica Jones said...

Hey Cheryl, I haven't created one, sorry. Thanks for sharing your tutorial with everyone!

Jessica Jones said...

Sara, thank you to you, too! If you make something with Tulip, be sure to let me know so I can admire your handiwork! :)

Camilla said...

what a lovely blog I´ve found here :D I´ll take a look around here and then I probably will link to my own blog!

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