Guys, I have to say I’m really proud of this one, though it was both simple and a bit difficult. Difficult because it required a lot of steps and because I’m going to have a hard time explaining them (I apologize in advance), but simple because there is NO SEWING required! Hallelujah!
When I first set out to make this tote bag, I did some research to see what kind of no sew tutorials were out there, and to my surprise there weren’t many at all that I came across. So if you’re in the I-don’t-have-a-sewing-machine camp like I am or have a general interest in not using a sewing machine, then hopefully this DIY will help you out!
On the edge that’s 21″ long, I folded over about a half inch and ironed it down. Under this fold, I applied Unique Stitch, the one thing that made this entire DIY possible. This stuff HOLDS. The key, at least that I’ve found, is to use a generous amount, not to the point where it’s globbing out the edges of the fabric, but enough to soak through the layers of fabric that are being melded together. Make sure to protect your surface like I did in the photo above with an old towel.
The next steps are for painting the stripes. I protected my surface with a towel again since the paint will seep through the back.
I flipped the canvas over to the front side, which is the side that does not show the folded over edge that was just glued down. The top of the bag will be this folded edge, which I had to keep in mind to make sure I painted my design on the right way.
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