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By Sue Kim

Flip your favourite materials right into a style assertion! From stylish wristlets to useful carryalls (and every thing in between), every one undertaking encompasses a full-sized trend, easy-to-follow directions, and inspirational photographs. the entire stitching fundamentals you would like are the following, and you may examine a few extra bold concepts similar to sewing hook-and-loop tapes, making darts and pleats, and attaching magnetic snaps or zippers.

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Lining Cut 2 pieces 75/8˝ × 53/4˝ for the front and back. Refer to the Exterior Back and Lining Front/Back diagram to mark the pieces and to trace and trim all 4 corners using the Wristlet Zipper Purse Exterior Back and Lining Front/Back Corner: Small template. Trim corner. Center interfacing Cut 2 pieces 75/8˝ × 53/4˝ for the front and back, and then trace and trim all 4 corners using the Wristlet Zipper Purse Exterior Back and Lining Front/Back Corner: Small template. Trim corner. Trim corner.

Cut 1 piece 83/4˝ × 51/2˝ for the flap. Refer to the Flap diagram to mark the pieces and to trace and trim the bottom corners using the Glenda Clutch Flap Corner pattern. 48 Bags—The Modern Classics Sewing the Exterior and Lining 1. Fuse the interfacing to the wrong side of the exterior pieces. 2. Attach the magnetic snap to the exterior front and lining flap pieces as marked (see Adding a Magnetic Snap, page 13). Sew front darts, and press toward center. 3. Sew the darts on the exterior front and back pieces and on the lining front and back pieces (see Sewing Darts and Pleats, page 16).

2. Pin the zipper to the top panel. Using a zipper foot, stitch the zipper to the top panel 1/8˝ from the edge of the tape, leaving a 1/2˝ seam allowance at both ends. Backtack at both ends. Pin lining front to top panel, with zipper in between. 3. Fuse the interfacing to the wrong side of the lining front. Pin together the top edges of the lining front and the top panel, with right sides facing. The zipper will now be between the top panel and the lining. 4. Using a zipper foot, sew the 3 layers together close to the zipper coils, leaving a 1/2˝ seam allowance at both ends.

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