Sewing Videos

Introductory Video for Washable Shoulder Bags


Cutting the Fabric – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (video 1)


Sewing the Pockets and Lining for the Shoulder Straps – Constructing the Bag (video 2)


Ironing the Pockets and Lining – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (Video 3)


Iron the Seams and End of the Lining – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (video 4)


Sewing the Lining of the Bag – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (Video 5)


Sewing the Pockets to the Main Bag – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (Video 6)


Sewing the Base of the Main Bag – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (video 7)


Sewing the Lining to the Main Bag – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (video 8)


Finishing the Bag – Constructing the Shoulder Bag (Video 9)

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Why shoulder bags?

Hi, I'm Joan Marie Verba and I sew the shoulder bags you see on the page. I started using these because I found that whenever I purchased a purse, it would not be long before the purse became stained or dirty, or something spilled on it. Then I'd either have to try to clean it, or I'd have to throw it away. After throwing away a lot of purses, I decided that I needed a purse that I could simply wash when either the inside or outside was dirty. That's when I started using these, which are machine washable. They're durable, roomy, comfortable to wear, and have a lot of pockets. I believe you'll find them as useful as I have.

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Video showing Joan cutting the fabric

Sewing the pockets

Ironing the pockets

Ironing the seams

Sewing the lining

Sewing the pockets to the main bag

Sewing the base of the bag

Sewing the lining to the main bag

Finishing the Bag