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A few firsts with this one my first Dopp bag, first go at using a zip, first turned bag and first go at adding a fabric lining. Bag is done with African Kudu and natural veg tan. 

 

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That looks great!  My girlfriend's sister is getting married this summer and I'm planning to make a black dopp bag for him, and a white makeup bag for her, both lined with material from a bridesmaid dress, but I've never done a lining before.  Do you have any reference you could suggest for lining (book, video, forum post, etc.)?

Was this dopp bag your own design, or a purchased pattern?

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Thank you.  And again, good job on the bag!

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Love the Kudu- did you wax the finish or is that natural? excellent stitching to boot- BRAVO

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12 minutes ago, SilverForgeStudio said:

Love the Kudu- did you wax the finish or is that natural? excellent stitching to boot- BRAVO

Thanks, that’s the natural finish of the kudu. It’s very soft so the turning was considerably easier than I thought it would be.

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Awesome- being softer/more supple- is it 4-5 oz or heavier?

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4 minutes ago, SilverForgeStudio said:

Awesome- being softer/more supple- is it 4-5 oz or heavier?

It’s 2mm so 5oz

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Awesome job.

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