What To Make With Mesh Fabric

Hey Seam-Stars,

Now you’ve learnt everything you need to know about Mesh from our handy fabric guide, why not get inspired by some project ideas! Missed our fabric guide? You can take a look at the blog here.

We have some fab patterns from ByAnnie that would be great projects to get started with sewing with mesh.

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11 Tips For Sewing with Mesh Fabric

Mesh fabric can be a little intimidating – how can you get something with so many holes in to stay together? But with a little technical guidance, mesh is actually very easy to sew, and can be applied to many different projects!

Mesh fabric comes in lots of different weights and types, used for different things such as sportswear, bridal wear, bag making and even practical purposes like workwear and equipment – but today we’ll be discussing the Polyester Mesh we sell which is perfect for bags and accessories!

Image: Road Trip Organiser from ByAnnie

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What is Mesh Fabric?

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Children’s Waterproof Swim Bag Tutorial

Whether your little one is lucky enough to be heading to the beach or pool on a summer holiday, or attending weekly swimming lessons, a swim bag with waterproof lining is perfect for keeping soggy swimsuits and accessories in and yourself dry!

Children’s Waterproof Swim Bag Tutorial

This swim bag is fully lined with waterproof fabric, even in the front pocket. This makes it easy to carry all of your swimming essentials without getting your clothes or other surfaces damp.

We’ve designed this to be the perfect size for your little one’s swimming kit – think goggles, costume, small towel, swim cap, sun cream (although the giant inflatable flamingo you’ll inevitably acquire will need a slightly bigger bag!).

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