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Ready-Set-Go - Mat and Ruler Bag

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Ready, set. go. With this mat bag for your 18" x 24" rotary cutting mat, your rulers, and other favorite gadgets, you are set for your next quilting retreat or class. You design the pockets for the rulers you have. (Or ones still on your wish list.) Novelty fabrics are great for this project as well as other coordinating fabrics. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Outside bag fabric - 1 yard Lining fabric - 1 yard Fusible Fleece or light weight fusible interfacing - 2 yards Top Outside Pocket - 2/3 yards or 1 yard if directional Bottom Outside Pocket - 2/3 yards or 1 yard if directional Handles - 1 yard Inside Pockets - 1 yard (use scraps if you desire SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 20" x 27"

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