As it was the beginning of the year in Australian schools, at the end of last month I showed you how to make a basic library bag; a requirement for most Primary School aged children. Following on from the basic library bag tutorial, were 4 more library bags, all variations of the original tutorial. Today, I'm bringing all the library bag tutorials together and adding to the collection, with links to tutorials from around the Internet.
From left to right:
- Library Bag with Contrasting Fabrics
- Incorporating a Patchwork Block into Library Bag
- Book Titles on a Library Bag
- Dresden Plate Library Bag
I think my favourite is the Dresden Plate bag, followed closely by the Book Titles bag, but I had fun making all of them.
Following is a list of links to tutorials for other styles of Library Bags. Most are designed for children, although they could still be used by adults, but a few are sized for adults. Check the dimensions of both the bag and straps, before you sew.
Drawstring Library Bag with toggles ~ The Haby Goddess
Library Tote Bag with an external pocket ~ My Cotton Creations
Drawstring Library Bag ~ Small Things Made
Big Books Library Bag ~ Sew Delicious
Reversible Library Bag with boxed corners ~ A Fruitful Life
Backpack Drawstring Library Bag ~ You Sew Girl
Mini Book Bag with name ~ The House of Wilson
Simple Library Bag ~ Embracing Life's Journey
Little Library Tote made from a dishtowel ~ I Have to Say
Library Tote with an external pocket ~ Noodlehead
Tree of Life Book Bag with pockets inside and out ~ Pile O'Fabric
Adding Reverse Appliqué Lettering to a Library Bag ~ You and Mie
Library Bag made from 2 dishcloths ~ Anna Maria Horner
Library Book Bag for chapter books ~ Sew Mama Sew
Drawstring Library Bag that folds into a wallet ~ Eat Craft Sew
Library Tote Bag from placemats, with a card holder ~ Obsessively Stitching
Recycled Denim Library Bag ~ The Haby Goddess
Reversible Tote Bag ~ Hippos and Dinosaurs
Of course, all of these bags need not be confined to being Library Bags. I'm sure you could think of many other uses.
Those school bags are pretty and funny!ReplyDelete
your school bags are so wonderful...I like there.
Greatings from Germany
PS I cann`t find or see a translater on your blog?
Sorry my english is not good;-)
Your bags are super cool!!ReplyDelete
All these library bags are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Thank you for all links!