For those of us that don't work on the factory floor, it's rare to see an object get made in its entirety, from start to finish. But here NYC-based designer Jimmy DiResta—you'll remember him from Dirty Money, the Discovery show where he and his brother dumpster-dove for raw materials—shows us how he whips up a tool bag from scratch. While every step of the process is shown, it's fast-forwarded during the tedious parts, providing a comprehensive look while still coming it at sub-six-minutes:
If you couldn't guess by the watermarks, DiResta recorded the video for Make, who visits his studio twice a month. The complete materials list for the bag is posted here, along with a brief description of the project. "I think learning how to sew," he writes, "is a must for all makers!"
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