As a kid I want to do everything by myself....and I still live like this, except, now I want to play also with others and I love to show and teach how to play with fabric, so I did start to work on ...
As a kid I want to do everything by myself....and I still live like this, except, now I want to play also with others and I love to show and teach how to play with fabric, so I did start to work on sewing step by step tutorials with my own patterns.
Will you play with me? Come, the fun is starting...
My new thing are my VIDEO CLASSES, a lot of them is about sewing. You could found me here https://www.skillshare.com/lidijamiklavcic and you could join me and play along.
Have a nice creative day.
Bike Backpack with transformations
It(tm)s a bike backpack with a few features that you could transform it in to at least two more different totes.
It's a beach tote. All you need is just use a bamboo handles instead of backpack straps, or you could use it as a weekender tote.
Then there is one more option if tote ingredients are not too heavy, you could put a shoulder strap on it and wear it that way.
Basically it is a backpack with thee versions just because you did change how to carry it. Isn(tm)t this good?
I will admit this design tote totally surprise me in a good way. I started with a backpack I have a currier backpack in my mind, and then I want to have a bamboo handles for it (I just need to use my idea from an art box). You know recycle is good. But the biggest surprise was a fabric design.
It is super nice and this tote is so nice beach tote or marketer toteor backpackwhatever you need to be. I totally love, and because it is white and cotton, I could wash it easily. The biking session is out and the summer too, so off I go. Now you could go on your biking adventurers
too, or whatever adventures you plan for this summer. Enjoy and have fun.
As always the pattern is downloadable, so you could start playing with your fabric stash right away. Enjoy.
This pattern is for personal use only. COMMERCIAL USE IS PROHIBITED. (c)Lidija Miklavcic 2013