Sewing Projects – Handmade Handbags – Artist Marilyn Pipe – Jamie Malden

Sewing Projects – Handmade Handbags – Artist Marilyn Pipe – Jamie Malden



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Here are some instructions from Marilyn Pipe to help you get started ….

The thread is started by putting it though the first slit in the top left hand corner of the cardboard, leaving a tail approx. 3inches long at the front of the card; then take the thread around the back and then towards you, going through the same slit…then carry on.”
Happy weaving!

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27 Comments on "Sewing Projects – Handmade Handbags – Artist Marilyn Pipe – Jamie Malden"

    I've watched her video at least 15 times and made 3 purses. I am struggling with the cardboard piece. When she shows us hers, it looks like she skips a slit on the back as one string is slanted? (Am I seeing things?) 15 cuts at the top causes the over/under process to go awry which results in a looser weave. Is this a problem for anyone else? Love her tutorials but don't know what I'm doing wrong…

    The instructions are not clear as to how to secure the beginning of the thread on the board. We know what to do with the end but how do you secure the first side?

    I am so happy I found your channel, I am so excited to try some of your ideas. I am not crafty but it makes me happy and is relaxing. Thank you for sharing!

    I have a question to make a bigger bag do you use the same number of slits, 15? Or do you need to do more?? Love your bags!

    Questions –
    Question 1: how do you close the bottom?
    Question 2: how to put lining?
    Question 3: What sort of thread do you use for around the cardboard please?
    Question 4: To make a bigger bag do you just make sure there are odd numbers i.e 21,23 etc?

    What sort of thread do you use for around the cardboard please? Also to make a bigger bag do you just make sure there are odd numbers i.e 21,23 etc?

    Towards the very end when you push the fabric/textiles down, do you cut the strings or you need not bother the strings and pull the fabric/textiles down and off the cardboard? I love this!!!

    you dont say how you take the card out of the bag at the end. does the backaround stitches at the top prevent you from doing this?

    No one from channel is replying to questions ppl asked here in comments but still asking questions hoping to get reply……….Question 1: how do you close the bottom? Question 2: how to put lining?

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