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Created by: arPie47
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Another Version of the QAYG Tinker Bag

This is very similar to my previous bag, which thought was too big for me, so reduced the pattern width by 3 inches and added a few inches to the length to maintain capacity. In addition to the straight line quilting I used some embroidery machine quilting designs from Embroidery Online and Kreative Kiwi. I altered the shape of the flap to make it easier to add binding. I may redo the flap because I discovered that if you are going to do a wonky angle like my light fabric, it better be sharp enough to look intentional!

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arPie47 made Another Version of the QAYG Tinker Bag with:

Quilt-As-You-Go Patchwork Bags

Online Class

Quilt-As-You-Go Patchwork Bags

with Tara Rebman

Project Description

This is very similar to my previous bag, which thought was too big for me, so reduced the pattern width by 3 inches and added a few inches to the length to maintain capacity. In addition to the straight line quilting I used some embroidery machine quilting designs from Embroidery Online and Kreative Kiwi. I altered the shape of the flap to make it easier to add binding. I may redo the flap because I discovered that if you are going to do a wonky angle like my light fabric, it better be sharp enough to look intentional!

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Skill Level

Intermediate

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