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Japanese Boro Bag Tutorial.




Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. Sewing: Quilting and Patchwork. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures.



Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

We will need:
- flax and cotton fabrics;
- interfacing or polyester batting;
- glue stick;
- denim thread;
- metal fittings.
For sewing this bag, it is preferable to choose fabrics x / b, as they are well dispersed around the edge. The size of the finished bag is 21 x 23 cm. We cut the prepared fabrics into patches of any shape - right or wrong. I chose rectangles and squares.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

We take cotton fabric for the basis - coarse calico is better, the size for this bag is 25 x 39 cm. We start to lay our patches on the base arbitrarily, but so that they overlap each other by 1.5-2.0 cm.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

We twist, turn, shift, until the picture starts to please the eye.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

Now we need to fasten our beauty on the basis so that it is more convenient to perform the stitch. To do this, we first sew the machine line, approximately 5–7 cm only vertically, and then glue all the corners with a regular adhesive pencil. Do not worry, the pencil does not leave marks, but at first it is still better to check on a separate piece.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

We take denim threads and begin to lay a line forward with a needle, with a stitch length of 0.5 - 0.7 cm. In some places, you can embroider crosses, there is complete freedom for your imagination.
 
After stitches, our billet will decrease in length by about 2 - 3 cm, so take this into account when cutting the base. Here's what you should get:

Mark the workpiece into two equal parts. To prevent the decorative seam from dissolving, we will lay the smallest (1mm) anchoring seam on both sides of the marking line and along the perimeter. Now we cut the workpiece along the marking line.

Insert the glued bottom of the bag with a size of 15 x 25 cm between the two parts.



We strengthen our workpiece with volume interfacing, but you can use a thin polyester batting

On the sewing machine, we sew the bottom of the bag through 1.5 - 2.0 cm. We trim the edges without cutting off the fastening stitch.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

Perform side seams of the bag, inserting loops in the upper part.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

Sewing corners and cut off excess.


Smooth the seams and twist the bag.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

For the lining use one of the fabrics, do not forget about the inner pocket.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

We sew the harvested buttonhole and button, insert the stitched lining into the bag and process the upper cut edge. For a belt, we cut out a strip of fabric 7 x 145 cm, we fasten it with glue fabric, sew, turn out, sew carbine.
Japanese Boro Denim Tote Bag. DIY step-by-step tutorial with pictures. Мастер-класс: сумка в стиле «Боро».

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful ! thank you

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  2. Qué bonito te ha quedado! Me encantan los trabajos de patchwork, y este bolso me parece precioso con la combinación tan bonita de telas y esas puntaditas vistas!
    Me ha gustado mucho tu blog, me quedo de seguidora!
    Un beso

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  3. Beautiful bag, but would be nice to have some measurements included in the tutorial.

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  4. Merci 🙏 pour ce joli petit sac j’ad

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  5. wouah ! super idée pour passer les petits bouts de tissu sans se casser trop la tête comme un patch !
    coutures réduites au minimum ! yeah !
    un bon moyen de passer aussi ses sfils à broder !
    merci du tuto !
    je découvre le blog ! très sympa !

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