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Exposed Zipper Bag

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I love selvages, especially Amy Butler!

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Beginner Serging: Machine Basics & Techniques taught by Amy Alan

Take your serger out of the closet! Learn the fundamental setup stitches, then make three posh projects: an exposed zipper bag, an ombr ruffled apron and a striped knit scarf.

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Category Sewing
Type Accessory
Sizing Other
Style Cute
EricaC on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Amy Butler "Stone Path" Home Dec Joel Dewberry "Herringbone" Quilting weight 18" Coats & Clark polyester zipper in raspberry Pellon Fusible Fleece

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I love selvages, particularly the ones on Amy Butler fabrics. This one worked out perfectly - I'm thrilled with the placement. I thought the leftover cutoff corners were adorable - I'm going to put hats on some of my thread spools or something. Both fabrics were ones I've had lying around for awhile. They were too small for a purse/tote, but I've been saving them for this type of bag. It was so much easier than I could have dreamed. Thanks for the great instructions. I even learned new sewing tips after 25+ years of sewing!

12/16/2013 Flag

If you look up Selvage tote bag there is a pattern out there on a blog that shows you how to use all those pretty selvages. Your little hats look exactly like the Peepee Teepee (if you had a baby boy you'll know exactly what I'm talking about, lol!).

01/10/2014 Flag

Adorable! I'm also a fan of pretty selvedges. :) I'm glad the project went well for you and I hope you continue to make cute projects with your new serger skills!

12/18/2013 Flag

Love your bags with the selvages! A novel idea I might try!

05/10/2014 Flag