I once made so many of this cute little string pouch but I don’t have anything left now. I feel like making some and should not give anybody this time. *wink*   Originally I designed for this feminine use. But I used more as my little girl’s snack bag. I used to bring a bag of ice and yogurt together inside of the bag  and was waiting for my girl at the school gate.   This little pouch is so cute and so many usage, I bet you would want to make more and more. I was like that. I made about 10 of them andRead More →

Beautiful Thursday here. How are you there? I’d like to share my lunch bag tutorial today.     I made two lunch bags for my daughters when they were 1st grade and Kindergartner. It was hard to find right size lunch bag for 6 years old girl’s lunch box at the store. So I measured my girl’s lunch box and create the exact size lunch bag that I no longer worried about a pretty packed lunch ruined on the way to school.     *all seams are 0.25inch Step1. Measure your lunch box and decide the wide and the hight. Allow space for easy puttingRead More →

Today I want to show you how to draw a takeout cup and a cheese cake slice. This simple tutorial is only for the people who are afraid of drawing. I have a fine art degree which I haven’t used since the graduation, by the way.   Put your drawing under the fabric and trace it with water erasable or heat erasable pen.   Cut out color fabric as the shape of cup sleeve, napkin, cake and a strawberry. Glue them on the background fabric.   With sewing machine, sew the out line just like you draw with a pencil.   With white thread,Read More →

  My girls eat cafeteria lunch however, they still need to pack their snack. Kids are always busy playing during recess, so heavy snacks remain half uneaten most of the time. I made this mini snack bag for my “eat less play more” daughter. The size is approx. 9 x 5 x 2 inch that can hold one apple and two homemade cookies(one for a friend to share) and that’s all. Not only because of the size, but because of the look, mommy’s handmade snack bag was a hit! For the inside, I used some water resistant fabric, so cold yogurt or bottle ofRead More →