Camera bag

Camera bag

 

 

 

 

Once I got my camera, I spent hours of hours on the computer to find perfect camera bag. When countless number of clicks and scrolls didn’t reword me with satisfying results, I decided to make my own pouch. This camera bag is exactly what I was looking for: light, simple, easy to take the camera out and put it back and most of all, this is not made in China. 🙂

 

 

*numbers are centimeter. This bas is designed for Canon EOS M. So if you have similar size camera this measurement would work. Other wise, you have adjust the size.

 

I draw a camera image on natural linen using Sharpie marker. You can use heat erasable pen such as Frixion pen.

With sewing machine, stitch the drawing. If you are not comfortable with sewing machine drawing, hand embroidery must be beautiful too.

 

 

 

 

Cut  brown fabric and attach as camera lens and hight light with white thread.

 

Decorate with blue thread is an option. I just wanted to give more detail.

 

This is the back side of the camera bag. I drew actual camera bag. 🙂

 

This is a lot easy step you can try if you are not ready to draw a camera yet. 

 

Next step is as same as the basic pouch making.

 

Using heat bond, I attached envelop bias around the bag.

 

Put couple of books in the bag to iron.

 

Stitch the end of bias to secure.

 

Hand stitch the button in the middle using same color thread.

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