Sewing a Diaper Bag, Part 4
September 12, 2011 by Allie
This is Part 4 of sewing a diaper bag. Click here for the instructions.
So far, we’ve sewn the exterior body of the bag, the straps, and we’ve been working on the interior pockets.
In the photo above, you can see both the sewing line and the pins outlining where you will sew. These are to subdivide the interior pocket into smaller pockets.
Sewing the big pocket into smaller pockets.
This is what a finished pocket (subdivided) looks like. The pockets are wide and deep enough for bottles, toys, etc.
This is the other pocket. You can see how it has only been divided in the middle, so the subdivided pockets are much roomier (for diapers, etc.).
After subdividing the pockets, you sew the interior fabrics together to create the interior body of the diaper bag. In the above photo, you can also see where the interior pockets were subdivided by sewing lines.
Come back in a few days for Part 5!