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Beginning Bag Making

Get off to a confident start with our comprehensive beginning course in making bags.

Everyday Essentials by Noodlehead will be our guiding text. Patterns include the Wool & Wax Tote, a curved top Petal Pouch and a wallet. The course will focus on the tote and the zippered pouch But you may breeze through those and complete (or at least start) the wallet.

The goal of this class is to learn the beginning skills for making a bag.

     - Learn to use your zipper foot on your machine to install a zipper.

     - Learn how to use interfacing, to top-stitch, to achieve straight and matched up seams, crisp edges
as well as how to have clean and turned edges on the interior of the bag. 

Prerequisite: Basic sewing skills, ability to sew a straight line

Classes: 4 classes of 2 hours each

Supplies: List sent via email prior to class. Basic notions. Kit for this course is available in waxed canvas and Japanese canvas.

Suggested Follow-up: Other bag-making classes, Camp Shirt

Class Policies: Be sure to read our Class Policies prior to registration.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Ability to sew a straight seam.
Materials Included: Book: Everyday Essentials by Anna Graham for Noodlehead
Requirements: Basic sewing notions: paper scissors, fabric scissors, rotary cutter with new blade, long ruler, thread, bobbins, pins, clips, seam ripper.
Instructor: Amanda Kosobud
Includes book with patterns: Everyday Essentials by Anna Graham for Noodlehead

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.