A new MIY Collection E-book is now available!
The Wharncliffe Collection is a collection of 6 projects to make a variety of pouches and bags, perfect to keep for yourself or making handmade gifts.
Looking for a project to use up all those leftover and odd sized bits of fabric in your stash or to recycle those old clothes?
Always looking for ideas for making handmade gifts that look good enough to keep for yourself?!
On the hunt for the perfect gift sewing project where you don’t have to worry about sizing and that works for men, women and children?
Here are 6 thrifty projects for a range of pouches and bags that can be made to any size, with a professional finish including perfect zips and neat linings. They’re all unisex and very giftable (I guarantee you will want to make some for yourself too…..)!
The Wharncliffe Collection E-book is available to download now for just £3.50. Get yours here.
Make a zipped pouch to any size and shape (they make the perfect pencil case, make-up bag, purse, tablet cover…..) including step-by-step how to add a lining and how to finish each end of the zip for a flawless professional finish.
How to make the perfect tote bag to any size. Complete with squared base and how to add a full lining.
FOLD-OVER CLUTCH BAG
A fully lined fold-over clutch bag to make to any size with wrist strap and perfectly finished zip.
A variation on the clutch bag – a shoulder bag or cross-body bag depending on what size you choose to make.
Perfect for keeping delicates safe or small items together when travelling. The lingerie case has 2 compartments and is finished with bias binding.
Recycle an old t-shirt or two into a handy shopping bag.
The Wharncliffe E-book guides you step-by-step through making all six projects from fabric yardage and includes ideas for how to make them from recycled clothes and home textiles. There is also a section full of tips for sewing with leather and suede.
(Note: two of these projects are available as a free e-book here which doesn’t include the leather and suede sewing tips, but you can only get all 6 projects here in the Wharncliffe Collection.)