How I make and model a tote bag by myself || كيف صنعت وصنعت حقيبة حمل بنفسي
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This is my first post on hive after my introductory post,I wish to be part of this community every seconds but my phone got spoilt which make me to be inactive for a while,I wish my apology is granted by my lovers here,I am now available to be showing my skills to the communities and learning from hive users. My referral talks about hive,usage and benefits here which I have also experience since I joined the community.
I was a bit busy this days while i receive a lot of different calls from client to come and model for there brand,which I attended to including makeup artist,clothing brand and some other fashion brands.
This post will be showing how I made a customized tote bag and model it for myself.
I will be explaining the processes of achieving the bag from scrap
Material and processes
Firstly you will Fold the material into two unequal part and Measure 17inches for the material length using your tape rule,Now we will go to the width measurements,You will Measure 12 and half inches for the width.
Secondly,you will use chalk to trace the length and width measured and cut out using your scissors.
Thirdly,make a measurement of 28 inches for length and width of 2 and half inches for the rope then trace with chalk and cut out with scissors.
Lastly we move our material to the sewing machine and sew it for proper shaping.
After the sewing is completed,I took the bag to the graphic designer for customizing, then i asked him to customize my name in Arabic language and add a simple butterfly design on the newly made tote bag.
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How can I get one for my girl @zabima
Wow this is soooo nice...
I use to see people post this bags,I feel it' requires extra skill plus maybe only industral machine to make . Didn't know I can attempt it in my own.. Thank you for sharing 🤗
You're welcome 😍🤗
Welcome to Hive and to our NeedleWorkMonday Community @zabima! It’s nice to have you join us.
You did a lovely job on your tote bag and I like the way you modeled it for us :)
What does it say on the bag?
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Your tote bag turned out great! The Arabic letters are very artistic and it makes it look very stylish. 😁 You did a lovely job and welcome to the NeedleWorkMonday community! 😍🙂😀
Thank you 😍
Welcome to our community, your personalized bag is very nice.
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I love the step by step making of the tote bag and how beautiful the outcome is, you've done a great job, thanks for sharing @zabima