Keep all your personal electronics snug and cozy inside your handbag with this swanky little zip sleeve - perfectly sized for an iPad, smart phone, and iPod! Or use the pockets for cash, credit cards, business cards, gum, or whatever your heart desires. Once you learn how easy it is, you'll be whipping up cute zip pouches like hot cakes for all your friends and family.
This is the perfect workshop to learn the basics of foundation piecing and bag-making, with easy-to-follow illustrated instructions on zippers, straps, Velcro pockets, modern abstract quilting, and even trendy Sashiko embroidery.
We'll go through it all step-by-step, with tons of clear photos. Best of all, I'll be right here to help you along and answer your questions. I can't wait to see how you get creative and make this project your own with your favorite fabrics and color combos and making your own unique quilting choices.
So what are you waiting for? Gather your materials and let?s get stitching!
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Amy Gibson launched her blog and quilt design shop in 2010 as an outlet for her folksy, whimsical patchwork passions. She's a mother of four, a former stage actress and fashion model booking agent, and true stitch-a-holic. Amy grew up in a creative, artistic 4-H family of musicians, bakers, and sewers, and can't remember a time when she wasn't creating art with her hands. At 12 years old, she stumbled into quilting via a local charity group, and it was truly love at first stitch. Amy is the instructor of the 2012 Block of the Month quilting series right here on Craftsy, and her work has been featured by Fat Quarterly, Moda Bake Shop, Sew Mama Sew, Burda Style, Pink Castle Fabrics, Sew Lux Fabrics, and Money Saving Mom. She also teaches quilting at Fancy Tiger Crafts in Denver, and enjoys being an active part of her local chapter of the Modern Quilt Guild.
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