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The Laura Tote

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Author Schlosser Designs
Price $11.95
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by moll, nancy
on January 31st, 2014

“This is a very cute bag. It is much larger than I thought it would be, but judging from the photo with the bread sticks, I should have known. The pattern and instructions are well written. It is a little labor intensive with the cutting of all the small parts. I chose to use a satin zig-zag stitch to outline all the pieces which was tedious, especially in tight spots. But overall, the bag turned out quite well and the recipient (a ten year old) was thrilled. I will make another one for sure.”

This chic & glamorous tote is just waiting to be packed and taken to exotic locations, a picnic, or around town. Easy-to-understand illustrations will help you complete this great 16" square tote! A fun collaboration with Iza Pearl Designs and Schlosser Designs, this glam tote is sure to please!

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-1 Yard Main Fabric
-1 Yard Accent Fabric (Or 2/3 yard non-directional print)
-1 Yard Lining Fabric
-1/2 yard fusible fleece or two 17" squares batting
-1 yard heavyweight canvas or duck cloth
-2 Coordinating Fat Quarters (Or 1/3 yard each) for shirt and scarf
-Fabric Scraps for face, hair, sunglasses, lips. Approx 8" square
-1 Yard Fusible fabric adhesive (Steam A Seam, Heat 'n Bond Lite, etc.)
-(4) 1 1/2" round rings
-Several coordinating thread colors for general sewing & applique
-Foam Core for bag base
-Safety Pins

by moll, nancy
on January 31st, 2014

This is a very cute bag. It is much larger than I thought it would be, but judging from the photo with the bread sticks, I should have known. The pattern and instructions are well written. It is a little labor intensive with the cutting of all the small parts. I chose to use a satin zig-zag stitch to outline all the pieces which was tedious, especially in tight spots. But overall, the bag turned out quite well and the recipient (a ten year old) was thrilled. I will make another one for sure.

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