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Passport and Ticket Holder PDF SEWING PA


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This pattern makes a great gift for a family member or friend. This is a great way to be organized when taking a trip. No more digging around for your ID, passport or ticket. Have everything you need to board a flight at your finger tips. If your not planning a trip, but you want to start sewing, this is a great starter project. Takes about an hour or two, depending on your experience. The PDF has step-by-step detailed instructions, which also includes a section on making your own Bias Tape. This PDF has clear text descriptions and illustrations on page 2 & 3, pages 4-8 are the pattern pieces, page 9 are the transfer icons (to be printed on transfer paper) and page 10-11 are the full colored images taking you step-by-step. This PDF will save you ink, because you don't have to print all of the colored images to follow along. ============================== This pattern is for personal use ONLY. The images, layout, design and other aspects of this pattern are copyright (c) PoxCouture 2011-2012. No part of this design or pattern may be reproduced in any form. ============================== BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing curved seams top stitching applying fusible interfacing making/applying bias tape SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One Size

Supplies Needed

  • Self Fabric: 9" x 20"
  • Lining Fabric: 9" 27" (includes bias tape)
  • If you are buying Bias Tape: 1 yard (single fold 1/2")

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I started freelancing after I graduated from FIDM and have been making women and children clothing ever since. Last year I decided to branch out and sell my patterns for crafters that want to create their own clothes. By the end of this year I plan on create PDF patterns for women.