a handmade Two-way Bag

It'll be snowy next week here according to the weather forecast.
I'm going to set up Kotatsu this weekend.

I learned how to make a two-way bag.
This is a shoulder bag with three pockets including an internal zippered pocket. And the cross-body strap is attached to the bag with flexible hook buckles. So it makes two way that means one is for a small bag and the other is for a bigger one.
What surprised me most was that using a FIRE not to loosen threads of strap edges. You have to watch not to burn it though.

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Hi Sakae

Thank you for your information about the weather in Hakodate.
My daughter also said that she had turned on the heater.

You have made progresses in making with cloth, haven't you?
A two way bag seems very useful.
Here in Tokai area, we carry a shopping bag.
A plastic bag costs 5 yen here, so whenever we go shopping,
we carry shopping bags. So two way bags are very useful.

How about shopping bags in Hakodate?
Do you have to pay when you get plastic bags in super markets?

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Hello, ダイエット妄想ママ.

Thank you for your comment. I hope I've made progress in sewing.
The two-way bag is small, so I can't use it for shopping. I want to use it when I'm a soccer mom or something.

Many supermarkets in Hakodate don't give us free plastic bags, too. But a few of them do. So I always carry eco bags(I made!), too.

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Hi, Always visiting.

Please tell me.
Can I say 'I hope I've made progress in sewing.'?

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Yes! I hope I've made progress in sewing sounds good. I am sure you have made progress in sewing.

I think you'd better take out 'a' from before fire. So you can say 'using FIRE' instead of 'using a fire.'

... I'm not so sure I want to use fire when sewing haha. Because I already can't sew.

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Hi, Always visiting.

Thank you very much for helping me.
You're my best teacher!

I don't want to use fire when sewing, either. It's dangerous.
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Author:Sakae
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I'm married and we have a son. I live in Hokkaido, Japan.
I like handmade things and Ikebana(arranging flowers).
I hope that you enjoy my articles and photos.

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