DIY Wet Bag

I had a minor snag in my wet bag creation in that my sewing machine had a hissy fit on me. I managed to kick it back in to shape (thankfully not literally) and I sewed myself a wet bag to bring with Elias on the go!


I debated doing a full DIY on how I made this bag, but there are so many better tutorials out there and I'm not a pro sewer. (Just Google "Wet Bag DIY") I will tell you a few tips on how I made mine though!


I bought material that is used for making cloth diapers. This way I didn't have to do any fancy liner or insert (I like to keep it simple). The zipper was something that came in a big bag of sewing material from my Aunt so I already had it on hand (yes it even happened to match). I cut a large rectangle out of the material and folded it in half so I only had to sew the two sides.


I made the bag just a little bit longer than the zipper that I had. I sewed it in using the zipper foot on my sewing machine with nothing fancy about it.


I had some black strap-type material and I folded the end corner a bit so I could attach it. This way I can hang the bag if necessary.


That's about it- a big rectangle bag to hold dirty diapers- WOO! But I honestly love it and am so proud that I made something practical and very useful.

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8 comments:

  1. Love it! I am so excited to make one! Fabric land has a sale this weekend so I'm hoping to get out there. I've never done zippers before so it'll be interesting.

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    1. Oooo yay! Let me know how it goes! I had never done a zipper before either but it was easier than I thought! Let me know if I can help! =)

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  2. woo! it looks awesome! : ) even better in pictures than it looked on skype!

    oxox

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  3. very nice..Looking good.Trying to send message on Erica blog.Is there something different...Will not let me Help

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    1. Should be the exact same thing. Just click where it says "comments" and do the same thing! :)

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  4. Well done Melanie, you're so clever! I love the colour you used for it :)

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