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Truely, times really flies! Today is 31st December 2016 already. Left a few more hours we going to say good bye to Year 2016 and welcome a brand new year 2017!:D🎉

Before year 2017 comes, I like to share what I had sew in year 2016. Though this year is a busy year for me, I had managed to squeeze some times to sew. Below are my sewing projects for the year.  Enjoy and we see you in Year 2017! Cheers!🎉

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Have you wondered whether am I already stopped sewing since I last shared my sewing project in April 2015? Certainly not! Despite busy schedule, I still manage to find sometimes to sew😀

 

Certainly I need to squeeze more time to share and blog too in the near future. As sharing and exchange feedbacks would definitely allow me to pick up ideas and skills. Today I would like to share with you some of my projects:

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–> Glenda clutch w Korea fabric. Instead of press stubs, a metal snap fastener was used this time round making it looks more presentable and easily open and closed with it.

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–> Design and sew a sweet pink macaron with a little ribbon on it for my friend. I loved it so much that I simply sew another one with the similar design for myself😝

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–> Sweet Zipper pouch. After my very first zipper pouch that I shared in July 2013. A simple and sweet pouch was made.

 

Out of my 3 projects above, which one do you prefer and like the most. Do share with me😀

Remember I shared the Glenda Clutch that I made earlier (click here to see), is a pink polka dots fabric I used which is suitable for girls. Decided to made another one with a more feminine look. This time round I decided to use flora print fabric instead. See the end result for the picture below. Which one would you prefer?

Hippy! I shouted when I received the book which I bought it online finally! Although it took quite sometimes to reach me, I liked the feeling of opening the letter box each day hoping to see it appeared inside the small little box.

The book that I bought was ‘Bags the Modern Classics’ by Sue Kim. I like the uptown clutch that is features on the cover page of the book and want to make one for myself. It consists of 19 projects that has multiple variations for more than 75 different stylish ways to carry it all. Flipping through the book, I indeed like most of the designs that are taught in the book with free bags patterns provided as well.

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To start of, I chose to make the glenda clutch that is stated as one of the easiest bag to make in the book. I selected a pink polka dots fabric to go with a maroon coloured lining to it. During the process of making, I do encountered some problems such as I do not have any magnetic snap as needed for the fastener of the glenda clutch. I do not wish to stop halfway leaving it undone, thus, a press stud is used instead. I manage to solve each problems occurs and finally I have my own glenda clutch.To finished, a round gem is added on the flap of the glenda clutch. A sweet and cute clutch is produced. Each time when I see this clutch will reminds me the result of not giving up. I feel proud of myself!
Polka Dots Glenda Clutch