101 Fabulous Fat-Quarter Bags with M'Liss Rae Hawley by M'Liss Rae Hawley

By M'Liss Rae Hawley

Make your self a new bag!

Stylish luggage for each season and get together. 10 tasks, large notion gallery.

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Overlap the prairie points by approximately 3 ⁄4˝, and then pin and baste them along the raw edges. Making and Adding the Handles 191 ⁄ 2˝ s 43˝ rectangle of lining fabric right sides together. Place the 191 ⁄ 2˝ s 43˝ piece of batting or diaper flannel on top of the lining. Smooth the layers, pin them together along the band strips (E), and stitch along the top and bottom edges. 1. Refer to Handle Ideas and How-Tos (page 51). Each handle for the basic tote is made using the Folded and Stitched handle method (page 55), with 2 strips 33 ⁄4˝ s 20˝ (F), 2 strips of iron-on stabilizer 11 ⁄ 2˝ s 22˝, and 1 or 2 strips of batting or diaper flannel 11 ⁄ 2˝ s 38˝.

Clip. Make 2. 6. Press each pocket flap from Step 5 in half diagonally with the flap-front fabric facing outward. Place a folded and pressed flap over each pocket, and stitch a button in place through all the layers to secure. 7. Cut a 10˝ length from each 4. If necessary, trim the long edges of the tote to straighten the rectangle. Fold the tote in half with the lining side out and raw side edges aligned. Tuck the bottom of the bag 21 ⁄ 2˝ to the inside, and pin the layers together. Stitch 1 ⁄ 2˝ and then 1 ⁄4˝ from the raw edges.

The 61 ⁄2˝ blocks will finish to 6˝, the 121 ⁄2˝ blocks will finish to 12˝. Optional pocket: 2 fat quarters Medium or heavyweight iron-on stabilizer for optional pocket: 1 ⁄ 2 yard (18˝ wide or 40˝ wide) 32101 F abu lou s F at- Q ua r ter B a g s w it h M ’L i s s R a e H a w le y Made by Annette Barca, 2007. Assembling the Front Panel Use a 1 ⁄4˝ seam allowance for all seams. Note: If you are using a 121 ⁄ 2˝ block rather than four 61 ⁄ 2˝ blocks for the center panel, skip to Step 2.

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