I was invited to be a part of their sew along and I just couldn’t say no. This bag is perfect for carrying around sewing projects and more. I think my daughter is already eyeing it for her own needs.
The bag uses Annie’s Soft N Stable, which I had never sewn with but am now in love with. It’s awesome! It doesn’t really crease and it keeps it’s form for awhile. Plus I imagine it would protect you in case scissors opened inside the pouch or something similar.
I highly recommend it, and if a pattern calls for it, don’t ignore the suggestion. Ever.
I used Heather Jones’ upcoming line with Robert Kaufman appropriately named Color Dash (It’s available for pre-order on the Fat Quarter Shop website) for the outside, and then Kona color of the year Highlight for the inside. The binding is one of Robert Kaufman’s chambray, however I can’t remember exactly which one it was.
If you’d like to make one of these super easy bags then check out the video below! It includes the supply list, instructions and more…
And if you would like to see what everyone else in the Sew-A-Long made then just click away below. There is some really talented people showcased here.
- Tina from Emily Ann’s Kloset
- Erin from Why Not Sew?
- Kitty from Night Quilter
- Leanne from She Can Quilt
- Vanessa from Lella Boutique
- Amanda from Jedi Craft Girl
- Sherri from A Quilting Life
- Cristy from Love You Sew
- Leslie from Seasoned Homemaker
- Tiffany from Tiny Seamstress
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