July 30, 2013

DIY / Pyramid Bag

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Lois saw it right away: 'you are making a candy wrapping' was what she said when it was only half done. There is no better compliment than a six year old immediately recognizing your references. I chose white felt, a bit stiffer and a lot cozier than the usual neoprene, which would also work wonderfully for these multi purpose pyramid-container-bags. For now I will be using mine like this to store my socks and tights, might also use one of them as an actual bag now and then.

Here's are the beyond easy instructions, steps correspond with the four images collaged together.
/01 Cut a rectangle out of your felt with one side that is only slightly longer than the other. The dimensions of my large pyramid are 35cm x 42cm.
/02 Sew the long sides to each other creating a tube as shown on picture two.
/03 Close the tube on the bottom with the seam in the middle as shown on picture three.
/04 Finally, fold the opening in the opposite way as the sewn part and close by adding the clip.

need:
felt or neoprene
sweing machine / needle&thread
clip
15 minutes

31 comments:

theclosetopener.blogspot.com said...

All your DIY's are always so creative and unique. I find this pyramid bag to be so simple yet modern at the same time. I'm definitely going to try this at home!

Adelajda said...

I love your diy project!

Eat.Style.Play said...

Love the idea you're always so creative!

Julie said...

that's a great idea! you always come with something original and new, i like it! :)

Eva (Creativity and Chocolate) said...

So easy and funny, great idea!

www.creativityandchocolate.com

Laura said...

So simple, so pretty <3

Miss Sasanja said...

super!

Milex said...

Love love and love.

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fashion-meets-art said...

omg- i love it. such a great idea!
lovely greets to you!
maren anita

FASHION-MEETS-ART by Maren Anita

Mothi said...

Love the idea, so smart, so simple!

xo' M
http://blvckorsomething.blogspot.nl

Justalazymorning said...

what a great idea!

agNeSSka said...

I'm in love with Your DIY projects!

Elena Vasilieva said...

girl, you are brilliant

http://www.vasilievablog.com

FASHION SNAG said...

Great idea!

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Shelly said...

The idea is simple but the shape is extraordinary!

http://bythewear.blogspot.in/

The Fashann Monster said...

I would use this as a clutch.

The Fashann Monster

Marjolein | NeverTooPolished said...

Ik denk dat kleine kinderen juist sneller het verband tussen dit soort dingen kunnen leggen, maar het betekent wel dat je de spijker precies op de kop slaat inderdaad! :)

x

Rosalinda Tjioe said...

Great DIY! Love the bag x

http://rosalindatj.blogspot.com

Katy V. said...

so minimalistic and pure ... gorgeous!

http://katyswardrobe.tumblr.com

Jaeger said...

such an interesting piece!

http://youngandimpressionablee.blogspot.com.au/

xx

Sarah said...

<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 Brilliant!!

Iliana, Anne said...

cool!

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The Capricious Nature said...

I love all of your DIYs! :) wait, I just love your blog ahah I think my favourite one is the Video Case Clutch :)

www.thecapriciousnature.blogspot.ca (check out my blog? I would love it if you could give me some sort of feedback on it! I recently started so any type of suggestions are welcomed <3)

hiPop said...

a geometric perfection!

xx

http://hypemyhip.blogspot.com/

Vincent said...

I'm really into that kind of functional interior designs. I love how improvised and natural it looks.

Lana Red said...

I LOVE this idea! I think it's the perfect combination of soft and hard materials.

You just got yourself a new fan!♥

www.lanaredstudio.com

Oguz Baykal said...

They remind me LV Berlingot coin purse and Celine Berlingot bag as they were seen on runway. I bought some double face heavy silk and wool fabrics in order to sew mine :) i love your interpretation so much because it is practical and easy to do it. Keep us inspired!

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Nanna said...

May I ask you, where you find and buy your beautiful metal clips? (those in steel/silver - I myself can only find the large brass ones from Hay, that looks a bit like the ones, you use)

You are a very big inspiration of mine, so thank you for your ever so incredible blog.

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