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“Very good idea!! I haven't tried it yet but I soon will!!”
Make quick work of creating a fabric covered clothesline carry-all. New construction methods will produce a neat and sturdy lined bag or basket in just a handful of hours. Included are instructions to make handles of various lengths and widths, a zippered, double inside pocket, and a tailored-to-fit lining. Approx. size is 10” W x 11” H x 8” D excluding handles.
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-2 to 3 yards of assorted fabrics that will be cut or torn into 2” strips
-1/2 to 1 yard of fabric for lining and interior pocket
-3/4 yard heavyweight fusible interfacing
-Cotton covered clothesline, 3/16” wide, 125 to 150 feet
-Large spool of thread
-Zipper for interior pocket, at least 6” long
-Zipper foot, open toe foot or zigzag foot, 90/14 and/or 100/16 Jeans
-machine needle or machine topstitch needle
Optional: Purchased handles
Optional: Edge stitch foot
Love this pattern - kind of time consuming but worth it in the end!
Although time consuming, I found the wrapped clothesline easier to work with than I thought it would be. The pattern with pictures was helpful and I am pleased with the results. An interesting idea. I may wait a while to make another.
Very good idea!! I haven't tried it yet but I soon will!!