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Learn how to make this ‘Bagitall’- a roomy, sturdy bag with a very comfortable handle.
The instructor for this class is Catherine Carr.
Part of Textiles West’s vision for responsible creativity is recycling. Avoiding the use of plastic bags in the first place simplifies things from the get-go.
This ‘Bagitall’ is a roomy, sturdy bag with a very comfortable handle. Stash your grocery store ID card inside and roll it up on the front seat to grab as you get out of your car.
It’s large enough for a gallon of milk, a box of cereal, eggs, and some fruit. You will have your own copy of the pattern to take home and reuse!
This class will provide instruction and/or refinement in the skills of: ‘reading’ a pattern; dealing with heavy, loosely woven fabrics; creating a reinforced seam; better knowledge of your machine’s utility stitches, use of pressing to improve outcome and make other steps easier.
You will have a pattern to take home to make more bagitalls
Student supply list:
- Fabric amount: bring 2 fabrics, a solid and a print. Wash and iron the fabric before class.
- Fabric type: Cotton (quilting or medium weight) or light weight home decor fabric
- if your fabric is 44 to 45″ wide fabric – 1 and 1/4 yard of each
- if your fabric is 52 to 60″ wide fabric- 1 yard of each
- size 90 microtex needles for your machine,
- 40 weight thread (basic machine sewing thread) in a coordinating color
- You may bring your own machine if you like.
- Please bring water.
This class will introduce you to a new skill, concept or technique and are open to all levels. The student may, however, be required to have a basic skill or have taken a certification class.
For example, for a flat-pattern drafting class one need not know anything about flat-pattern drafting but should have a basic understanding of the sewing machine. Any prerequisites will be listed in the class description.
6545 N Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Free public parking available.