knitting project bags
I have just joined an Aussie swap on ravelry that involves making a project bag. I promised that I would dig up some suitable tutorials and links.
U handbag (UK) is a great resource for making bags and it has a great post on bagmaking for newbies.
Nicole Mallalieu is an Australian designer that focuses on hand made bags. Her site has lots of great patterns and supplies and her blog is full of tips, techniques and tutorials. Another good Aussie selling hand bag supplies is tall poppy craft.
Here are 5 of my favourite free Burberry Outlet Online patterns that I think would be suitable.
From all people quilt the grab bag pattern (pdf file)
I have made a few of these and they fit a one skein or sock project very comfortably.
Patchyapple has an excellent free tutorial for a boxy bag. It think these fit a small or sock project perfectly.
Martha Stewart has a using bias binding to hold it all together.
This is the one I made from that pattern. It is good because it can easily fit a magazine or pattern sheets in the side pockets. It is a little tricky to get a hang of using the bias binding though.
This pyramid purse is a free pattern at Living Creatively. It is quite small but I think it could be sized up to make a decent sock project bag. This is very similar to the ever Burberry Outlet Online popular sunny boy project bag.
For a good tutorial for a standard lined tote bag not so fancy nancy has a tutorial for a beach/m Burberry Outlet Online arket bag.
This could easily be made to any size and it has great step by step photos. The Burberry Outlet Online steps to make this bag are fairly simple and is an excellent starting point to make any type of tote eg add pockets or shorten the handle, or make two handles.