Melanie Ham created this simple tote with a 20 x 32 piece of sturdy fabric, three yards of one-inch wide cotton webbing, pins, & coordinating thread! Choose some sturdy fabric and follow along to learn how to sew your own basic tote bag!
Sewing Beyond the Basics – Annie’s Online Classes:
“Learn how to sew using intermediate-level techniques with this online video class from Annie’s Online Classes. Sewing Beyond the Basics: Kitchen Accessories is designed like a hands-on workshop that accelerates and broadens your sewing abilities. Instructor April Moffatt will teach you many intermediate-level, skill-building techniques. She will review pattern layout and decoding, explain fabric grain and demonstrate top stitching, applique, machine quilting, double French binding, ruffles, zipper installation, mitered corners, gussets and appliqued fabric flowers. Then, you can practice your new skills with the nine stylish kitchen accessory projects included with the class. You can sew a pot holder, oven mitts, napkin and napkin ring, casserole carrier, place mat, table runner, coupon holder and a pretty ruffled market bag (shown below).
To find out more about Sewing Beyond the Basics: Kitchen Accessories with instructor April Moffatt, click here!”
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