Friday, March 1, 2013

my first dressing case

The babysitter for my daughter found a job at a nursery. 
I've very happy for her, she's a lovely girl, friendly, responsible 
and hardworking ... But we have run out of babysitter and that means that today 
I have not been able to go to my particular class of sewing. 

For the moment, I do not think I can go back to learning 
sewing with class of sewing...
But I do not want give up learn sewing! 

And so last night  I embarked on what I wanted to do something. 
And I decided, past eleven at night, that I would do my first dressing case...
And so I decided to put some order to all utensils of sewing 
that I'm accumulating zippers, buttons, ribbons ... 
Now I'm crazy to buy  things sewing! And I to remember that I had a fabric 
with a print of buttons. And that was how I got the idea: 
I would make a bag to save buttons. Here is my first dressing case: 
a bag for the buttons!


To make this little bag I had need many hours ...! I had no idea 
how I was going to put the wadding ... and barely remembered how sew a zipper! 
I say it can not be many days without practicing 
because after I  forget sewing things ...


I think the fabric has found a good use, really! A fabric buttons to save buttons!


I acknowledge that my zipper was fatal ... terrible...
For to sew the zipper I have made several laps of sewing because at first
I did not like how it had been. 
I think it's the zipper in the world with more laps sewing...
I do not believe it is broken!


And I like the detail here: zigzag ribbons! 
Almost I forget them before sewing around the dressing case! 
I have not idea of how to sew these tapes zigzag ... but I wanted specifically 
sew with thread pink because I like to see the stitch rose... I made well so? 
What a great my ignorance...!


My great fight was sew around the dressing case. 
It was very thick with the wadding filler! I even thought that 
I would break the needle! There was no way! And finally, by chance, 
I had to guess the stitch to sew well the wadding with machine... 
A suffering,  my God... 

I finish my work at half past three in the night ... 
three and a half hours to make this little bag ... not bad, right? 
You can laugh, yeah! But I am so proud of my first bag ...! 
And I spent half an hour watching my first creation!
Anyway, I went to bed very late but satisfied, extremely satisfied with my work ...
There's nothing like being positive, right? I promise you that next week I'll do 
another bag and I hope the outcome will be better ...

Kisses!
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Note: I will be self-taught and I will learn sewing  watching tutorials and videos online. Come on! 

14 comments :

  1. A very pretty bag, I like it! And the fabric is perfect for a button bag!
    Angie x

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  2. Learning is my lifelong pursuit and the more I read about how enamores you are of learning, the more I like your blog. Keep up the good work; the button case shows great talent and an eye for details many people lack.

    Thank you for your blog.

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  3. M'agrada mooolt el teu estoig!! Quines teles més alegres!! I el detall de les cintes és espectacular.
    Felicitats per aquesta labor tan xula! Keep calm ans see on!! Tot s'apren poc a poc. Jo sempre em barallo amb les cremalleres.
    Un petonet

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  4. Quina roba més Alegre! Mica en mica t vas deixant anar, ai les cremalleres, Jo també mi Barallo. M'agraden molt com t'ha quedat . Una abraçada.

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  5. hola guapa! sigo teniendo problemas con el cesto T_T Cuando hago punto raso y cadeneta no sé xk creo q aumento cada vez y en cuanto he subido 4 vueltas me da la sensación q sobra tela.. qué hago mal??

    Yo empiezo con anillo mágico de 6 y ahí cierro con punto raso (entiendo q enganchando el último punto del anillo con el primero). Ahí se hace cadeneta no? Y haces un aumento en cada punto (hasta 12). Cuando haces el 12 lo juntas con el punto cadeneta no? Y de ahí haces otra cadeneta? Me da q algo no he entendido (y no sé si entenderás mis dudas xD

    gracias de antemano!

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    1. Hola, Sandra! Tienes que unir con punto raso, luego hacer una cadeneta y un punto bajo... Te tiene que salir... cuenta 12, luego 24, luego 36... yo voy contando a cada vuelta para ver que no me equivoco.... si no te sale la próxima semana trato de gravar un video y te lo envio.... me sabe mal no poderlo explicar mejor...!
      Gracias por tu visita!

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  6. Such a pretty case! I love that fabric but sewing a zip sounds hard!
    http://ahandfulofhope.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. Molt xulo, Crsitina! I t'anirà la mar de bé per tenir els boons ben organitzats!
    Una abraçada!

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  8. Veig que les teves classes funcionen!!!! Genial idea per guardar els botons ;) Una abraçada Cris!!

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  9. Doncs te n'has sortit molt bé! A quedat xulíssim amb les teles de botons i l'ondulina! Ja pots dir, que proba superada ;P.
    Així m'agrada que siguis positiva i que sinó pots seguir amb les classes de costura siguis autodidacte. Ja et puc dir que els resultats són molt bons!
    Ptnts

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  10. molt maco el necesser, jo també soc autodidacte en això de la costura i et puc dir que amb totes aquestes blogueres que no amaguen els seus trucs i el videos que ho expliquen tot es mes fàcil. També he de dir que hi han coses que donen per sabudes i nosaltres les aprenem del errors.

    Això va per Sandra, si no et molesta: jo per marcar el primer punt de la volta vaig servir un marcador i així se per on ficar l'agulla.

    Petonets per a tu i la petita

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    1. Això va perfecte, Mònica!
      Gràcies per recordar-ho!

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  11. Cristina està perfecte!!!!
    Jo veig una bosseta fantàstica, i lo millor que l'has feta tu!
    Nena estas imparable, i no pateixis per lo de les classes, de moment pots ser autodidacte i ja veuras com a poc a poc retorbes els teus espais i la canalla es fa menys dependent.
    Una abraçada a tu i la carlota (que deu estar molt gran, oi?)

    Anna

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  12. Cristina !!
    enhorabona per la teva primera bosseta amb cremallera, te n'has sortit la mar de bé i això de ser autodidacta trobo que se't dóna molt bé.
    T'adjunto adreça d'un tutorial fantàstic de la Cristina del No paris de cosir que a mi em va de genial i a part de fàcil ho explica claríssim.
    http://cristina-unaaficioelpatchwork.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/tutorial-bossa-cremallera.html
    Espero que a tu també et sigui d'ajuda i a cosir moltes cremalleres que és com se n'acaba aprenent !!
    1 petó

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