I can’t stop making tote bags lately. With my Sewing Illustraion, they are so much fun and so many uses. I spent quite good amount of time to write this step-by-step tutorial. I hope you can make your own tote bag today. If you are scared of Sewing Illustraion, just use your favourite cotton prints or illustrated fabric. Or recycle your little one’s old cloth! Kids’ clothes always emboridered cute illustraions. I wonder why they don’t make same design for mama.     Again, I used my vey old sewing illustraion for the other side pocket. My 11year Caylin prefer this side. What’sRead More →

Finished size: 13 x 14 x 2inch ,finished handle size: 23.5inch x 2 Sewing Illustration pocket: 8.5 x 8 inch , blue binding: 8.5 x 3/8 inch You need: 100% natural Linen and Pillow ticking blue: Joann fabric store Cotton lace: Simplicity.com Red rose button: buttonlovers.com Lining for pocket: fatquartershop.com Washaway stabilizer: C&T publication (ctpub.com) *I print my drawing on the washaway stabilizer and stick on the linen then sew with my sewing machine. Applique foot attached.  it makes my sewing illustration so easy! Fusible interfacing: Pellon Fusible Midweight         this button is made out of polymer clay, my artist friend, Suhobi made. To browseRead More →