Nora James: Just to let you know subtitles don't match what you are saying, it's quite funny really ,
Kimberley Gamble: Hi Debbie I just post to ask if you wish to do this bag in a kids size version could you please give the measurements to make it; if you he done so already. This is how I was going about forming/ working out the measurements for a kids size reversible bag. Please Let Me Know If I'm Going Right; Thanks. What I did was took the original measurements for both these patterns the Pleated pattern & Top Band Piece & whatever measurements I got out for the width, length & depth of the bag I divided those measurements by 2. Is that a Problem They just asking. I'm new to bag making & I've never made any Kids Size bags as yet. My Apologies for asking you so many questions; hoped you understood me & I look forward to your reply as soon as possible. Thank You In Advance for your help & feedback as well.
Tracey Adkins: thankyou for a easy to follow tute they are certainly few and far to find.ive shared onto my craft group where we teach a lot of beginers so this will be a lovely prohect for them.ive subscribed and hopefully some of the folks on our group will as well.thankyou again for a great tute
Kimberley Gamble: +Debbie Shore; Hi I just post to ask you can please do a video request on how to add a zipper to the bag I was thinking that where you joined the main bag(outer piece) & the lining piece together I was thinking you add the zipper there but that will mean when you fold the seam down the zipper will be incased within the seam. I was wondering where I would attached to the bag. Can you please share a visual of this. Thanks Again for Sharing & I enjoy making this bag to sell to people. Hope it's OK with you. I look forward to your reply as soon as possible.
Nimmi Araliya Mapitiyage: thank you Ms I really enjoyed
deepmala mishra: excellent thanx for this vedio
Laura Latino: Thanks for this great tutorial. Just a question, please. Does it matter that you sew the front and the lining together for each piece instead of sewing the front first and then the lining and fitting it one inside the other right sides together and sew in circle matching the side seams? Is it just a different method? I find this much easier. Thanks 😊
Dhanwantari Sawarkar: l like yours teaching method thank you for teaching
Clearymartin: Watched this and thought...I think can try it...and thanks to your patience in explaining the steps, I was able to make one! I have been sewing about a year now and wanted to thank you for the videos. They have helped me a great deal. Cheers!
fanny nguyen: I have learned so much by watching your videos. The way you explain the steps make it so easy to understand. I'm grateful for your channel.🌺🎈 Thank you!
Srade Farras: Thanks so much, Debbie, for your genius and generosity. You don't know how happy I get sewing your creations and happier still the people I give them to as presents. So grateful to you.
Nallery Licardie: I love the bag but the video is too funny. The subtitles below say everything different than what you're actually saying. There are a few bad words in there. Also, I noticed that you didn't do any back stitches to ensure that the thread doesn't come loose. Is there a reason for that?
VASANTHI UMESH KUMAR: Hi Debbie, I made the reversible bag and gifted for my friend whom I met after 10 years. It came out very well. Your tutorial with the measurements are fantastic and vert precise. I enjoyed following it. She simply loved it. Thanks a lot for uploading the video.
Markys: I'm 10 years old
Markys: Thank You for the video, I'm going to make this bag as a christmas present for my grandma this year!
ammu 7: thank u so much..... i made the bag out of cloth with the same procedure.... and it came out well....... a hug from india....love u:)
Beebjan Shaik: super
Kim Taylor: hi Debbie I love this bag . I made it and it is lovely . what I'd like to ask can I make it in silk as I love the pattern thank you 😀
Jyoti Sharma: good thing
Gabrielle Ingate: Loved this tutorial Debbie, I made this bag for a girlfriend for her birthday next month. She loves dogs and I made it in a cute dog print and red and white poka dots it turned out fabulous.
Hair Do: Thanks for the tip. I do know it's hard to earn money. But it is much better than working minimum wage at mcdonolds. Being an hair stylist does get tips and I end up making decent money. Plus it allows me to be creative sometimes and make customer's dream come to reality.
A fun reversible handbag for you to sew by Debbie Shore5
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