I think bath poofs, or whatever you want to call those, are pretty gross. I’ve used them for years but the more I think about them the less appealing they seem. I needed a new solution. I decided to make a pouch for my soap from a wash cloth. 🙂
Things You Will Need:
Fold the top part of the wash cloth over the string and sew across. Flip the bottom part of the wash cloth up slightly (as you did with the top) and sew across as well. Leave some room This way, you can feed the string through this part later.
Fold the bottom of the washcloth up to the top. (Make sure the you are going to be sewing the inside of the wash cloth because we will be flipping it inside out later.) then, sew down both sides of the cloth.
Michihiro Matsuoka is a Japanese artist. Creating devices that combine animals and machinery. Matsouka’s work has been featured in twenty-five exhibitions throughout Japan. 🙂
by Tiago Hoisel
Tiago Hoisel has a degree in graphic design and is an illustrator. He’s been working as an illustrator for almost 5 years.
Tiago Hoisel was born in Salvador, Capital of Bahia, but was raised in Ilhéus.
He began working as an illustrator in a image retouch studio in 2008 and moved to São Paulo. Now, he is one of four partners.
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If you have ever looked up portraits, drawing, etc. on google you have probably found Zindy. I’ve always thought she was an amazing artist. That’s has quite a variety but I chose a lot of celebrities so you can see how accurate she is. Check out her site for more.