Make a Miniature 1/12th Scale Dolls House Travelling Bag


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imports_HAC_a-travelling-bag_39169.jpg Make a Miniature 1/12th Scale Dolls House Travelling Bag
Make your own little1/12th scale tapestry travelling bag ...
Make a Miniature 1/12th Scale Dolls House Travelling Bag Images

You will need

• 6 x 75mm pieces of fabric
• Thin felt for handle and inside of bag
• Thick paper
• Glue
• Sewing thread and small needle
• Metal parts and rings
• Scissors

Step 1



Cut two 2 x 40mm pieces from thick paper (see template) and glue them onto your fabric. Leave 10mm in between.

Step 2



Bend the edges of the fabric around the card and glue in place. Leave to dry.

Step 3



Cut three pieces from thin felt, see templates.

Step 4



Glue the two smallest pieces of felt in place as shown. Leave to dry.

Step 5



Glue the big piece of felt (40 x 63mm) on top of the tiny pieces and let the glue dry completely.

Step 6



Now, bend the bag in shape and glue the other small pieces of felt into the opposite side of the bag. Leave to dry.

Step 7



Glue the rest of the thin felt into inside of the bag.

To make a handle

  
 
• Cut 4mm x 70mm from thin felt.
• Sew two tiny metal rings into the sides of bag.
• Thread the handle through the rings and glue in place.
• To finish the bag, glue a tiny metal part into the bag to form a lock.


INFORMATION

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