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Quilt with our Diva, Louise Ware! Selvage Edge Bag!



Most sewers have bags of strips of fabrics cut from the end of fabric pieces, called selvages.  These long strips have text and color charts that are quite interesting and when combined with strips of coordinating fabric can make an even more interesting bag!  If you are collecting selvages, then this class is for you and if you are not, start!  Join Louise Ware as she shows you how to use your selvages to make this statement tote.

Supply List: 

Exterior Fabric: A variety of selvages plus 1 1/2” of the fabric wide in lengths which you have  available that can be cut to various lengths needed to create bag. You can also insert lengths of  2 1/2” width of interesting stash fabrics if you need the extra yardage needed to make bag. The  sample bag was made with over 30 different selvages varying in length from 12” to 36”. 

Lining: 1 1/2 Yard—2 yards if using the same fabric to cover handles 

Interfacing: 1 1/2 yard Medium Weight Fusible 

Handles: 3 yards of Webbing which can be covered with fabric (1/2 yard) Buttons: 2—1” Decorative  

Soft & Stable: 1 1/2 yard 

Thread: Gray Cotona quilting thread 

Needle: New machine size 12 Microtex 

Sewing Machine and basic sewing supplies

 

 



Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Advance Beginner
Instructor: LOUISE WARE
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Contact Us:

Phone: 804-270-1882
Address: 8079 West Broad St
                 Richmond, VA 23294
Hours: Sun-Mon - CLOSED
Tue - Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sat - 9:00am - 4:00pm




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