openwear - twisted bag
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DESCRIPTIONIt’s a twisted tube with a side opening that you wear over the shoulder and use as a bag. Watch pictures http://openwear.org/lookmap/item/8 Follow instruction for use: http://openwear.org/info/license
Twisted bagDESCRIPTION Its a twisted tube with a side opening that you wear over the shoulder and use as
MATERIALS/TEXTILE We used white tyvek, 185 cm (72,8 inch) long , 88 cm (34,6 inch) wide
COLOURS We used white but you can choose any colour you like.
SIZE one size
APPROXIMATE TIME 1h
DIFFICULTY (1-5) 1
Openwear Collaborative Collection
FORWARD TO BASICS
How to make it step by step:
Print the pattern from the pdf file. 1
Stitch the circles onto both open sides of the tube.3
cutting list cutting out
rectangle (body) 1 x on fold circle (bottom) 1 x on fold
Fold the fabric and put the patterns on. Cut the units and transfer all of the pattern markings onto the fabric.
Stitch long sides of the rectangle as seen in the picture to form a tube. Stitch only on the marked parts - ;leave open parts for the bag opening.
Twist the bag around the axis until you create a bag handle.4
Fasten one half of snap or magnetic button on each half of the bag as in the picture. You can also stitch the zipper on each hole of the bag, to close the openings.
Forward to Basics was possible thanx to the active participation of:
Daniela PaisStudio i_gleJure PurgajSerpica NaroDavid LuxembourgOloopPamoyoOpensourcepants
With the support of the Lifelong learning programme of the European Union.This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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