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I wanted something to protect my roller derby helmet from getting scratched when I wasn't wearing it, but to still look cool while in transit! So I made ...
pre wash and cut your fabric to size I used 50cm x 80cm but this may change on the size of the gear you want to put in ...
Place your fabric so that the patterned side is facing down onto your working surfaceOn the 2 shortest sides fold down about 1cm and iron down then sew ...
Now Over lock along the other 2 remaining sides, If you don't have an over locker just sew with your regular machine. This is to prevent the edges ...
Still working with the fabrics patterned side towards your working surface, along ONE of the longest sides fold and iron about 2.5cm (which ever edge you want for ...
Now fold your fabric in half so that the 2 patterned sides face each other. (Imagine this like an inside out pillowslip).Sew along the edges of the bottom ...
now get your safety pin and thread the cord onto it , or use the threader like I have, thread this through the opening you've previously made around ...
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