Brooklyn gerbes

Brooklyn gerbes

Brooklyn gerbes
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Side leather pocket. Both ends of the bag have the same leather half circle. The side shown in the photo is seen shut and the opposite side is open so it can be used as a quick/easy access pocket

Side leather pocket. Both ends of the bag have the same leather half circle. The side shown in the photo is seen shut and the opposite side is open so it can be used as a quick/easy access pocket

After I had sewed the two side circles to the main part of my linning, I didn't like the way it looked so I unpicked it and re sewed it

After I had sewed the two side circles to the main part of my linning, I didn't like the way it looked so I unpicked it and re sewed it

To make the strap, I looped the webbing through the ring and sewed it with a plain stitch

To make the strap, I looped the webbing through the ring and sewed it with a plain stitch

To attach my strap ( made out of webbing ) to my bag, I used a 'D' ring to ensure it Would be steady/sturdy enough to support the weight of the bag

To attach my strap ( made out of webbing ) to my bag, I used a 'D' ring to ensure it Would be steady/sturdy enough to support the weight of the bag

This is the pocket after it had been sewn on. I left the edges 'raw' as I wanted that type of look

This is the pocket after it had been sewn on. I left the edges 'raw' as I wanted that type of look

When sewing my inner pocket to the lining of my bag, I had to use marking tape to 'pin' the fabric onto my linning because using pins would have left holes in the leather pocket whic I did not want. When sewing I always made sure my hair was out if my face

When sewing my inner pocket to the lining of my bag, I had to use marking tape to 'pin' the fabric onto my linning because using pins would have left holes in the leather pocket whic I did not want. When sewing I always made sure my hair was out if my face

I needed to iron all my cut out fabric as all type creased easily and made it harder to sew

I needed to iron all my cut out fabric as all type creased easily and made it harder to sew

This is the marking out of the side of my bag. I used chalk for marking the fabric as it came off easily when I wanted it to and did not stain my fabric

This is the marking out of the side of my bag. I used chalk for marking the fabric as it came off easily when I wanted it to and did not stain my fabric

I used chalk to mark out what fabric was being cut out as t was easier than the marking pencil and it showed up a lot better

I used chalk to mark out what fabric was being cut out as t was easier than the marking pencil and it showed up a lot better

I marked out the fabric I was cutting with pins because I was using canvas and it doesn't get damaged with pins, when I marked out my leather, I had to use masking tape to make sure I wasn't going to leave any holes from the pins

I marked out the fabric I was cutting with pins because I was using canvas and it doesn't get damaged with pins, when I marked out my leather, I had to use masking tape to make sure I wasn't going to leave any holes from the pins