- Illustrated sewing pattern for the bag, *US inches measurement,
- *Size 14"x7"x7",
- *Intermediate level
Materials you need at home:
- Exterior fabric 22" x 14" for the base of bag,
- 24" x 12" for the sides, 78" of 2 3/4" straight grain fabric for binding.
- Fabrics for interior One/or Double side fusible stabilizer Pellon Peltex 71F/or 72F - 22" x 14" (3/4 yd), Ironing board aluminized coating fabric - 22" x 14". Lining fabric for the sides - 24" x 12", Fabric for pockets - 3 pieces 13 1/2" x 11 1/2", Lining fabric for pockets - 3 pieces 13 1/2" x 11". Mesh fabric for exterior pockets - 16" x 8". Twill tape 3/4" for exterior mesh pockets - 60", Elastic ribbon 3/4" wide - 20". Fusible stabilizer Pellon 808 - 44"., One 12" separating zipper. Two 12" zippers for pockets. Two small 6" zippers for divided pocket. 4 pairs of snap fasteners Four 3/4" D-rings 2 swivel hooks and fabric or leather shoulder strap (or ready made strap with hooks)
This bag 14"x7"x7" has TEN pockets and ironing pad inside. Long detachable shoulder strap makes it easy and convenient to carry along with your sewing machine and purse in other hand. This bag is a perfect organizer for your quilting (or other) tools and supplies for classes and retreats. Separating zipper allows you to open it all the way and lay flat! Four pairs of snaps on each side make it keep box-shaped, open flat at one side only or flat all the way! The interior of the bag lined up with aluminized coating fabric, so you can use it as an ironing pad for your small projects when using miniature iron. Elastic band on the side of one of the pockets will keep your pencils and other marking supplies in close vicinity and well organized. The other two pockets have additional exterior mesh pockets. The medium long pocket is divided in half for two smaller pockets to keep spools, clips and other small items. And there is enough space for your 12" x 6" ruler and small cutting mat UNDER the pockets. Love this bag? Make one and share your ready bag here on Craftsy as a ready project for this pattern! Thanks in advance! Happy sewing! Natalie Quiltessa
BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Need to know how to work with fusible interfacing, how to attach binding, how to sew in zippers. This tutorial contains a lot of pictures and step-by-step instructions how to make zippered pockets.
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Love sewing, knitting, crocheting and other crafts since childhood. When moved to the States , fell in love with quilting. Later on became a designer, mostly for sewing, quilting and making bags and sewing organizers. I have my own studio and run my Quiltess.com store since 2012. You might also like my Etsy shop Quiltessence by Quiltessa Natalie, where you can find my patterns, sewing notions, fabrics, my handmade designer bags and more.