Bag Doctor

Bag Doctor

Do you have a troublesome bag-making ailment?
Is there something you struggle to get right, a technique that confounds you or something you just don’t know how to tackle?
 
Well, Lisa has re-opened her Bag-Making Clinic especially for you!
 
In a series of blog-posts, she and the team will tackle your popular bag-related aches and pains with some advice to help you on the road to recovery.  Simply email your ailments with the title BAG DOCTOR to info@u-handbag.com and look out for the cunning bag-making stethoscope image above in our series of posts to be featured in our online blog or via our newsletter (sign up to the newsletter by going to the bottom right of the homepage)





3 Responses

Jane Royston
Jane Royston

March 13, 2019

I am making The Train Style Vanity Case however when positioning the two zips on to the main body should the main body include interfacing fleece and lining material at the same time. The instructions given are not too clear on this particular project.

Hope you can help.

Jane

Ann Buck
Ann Buck

March 13, 2019

Hello, I am very pleased you have decided to carry on. I loved buying from you.

Hello, Could you please give me some advice. I bought your kit the Queen Bee and all went well until I tried to put the finished bag onto the frame. No matter how I tried I could not get the bag to stick. I have put it aside for ages but would like to have another go. I used a fabric glue. Any help or further tips whould be appreciated…Thanks Ann

Diane Rienstra
Diane Rienstra

October 30, 2017

Yay!

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