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Quilted Sewing Tool Bag


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Ezme's inspiration for the tool bag came about when she needed to store her pattern-cutting and sewing tools whilst travelling. She has carried tool bags throughout her career in the fashion industry whilst working with fashion houses/designers creating clothing patterns for fashion weeks. You can create many different looks for your quilted sewing tool bag using different types of prints/fabrics. The tool bag has a curtain interlining sandwiched in between a beautiful 100% printed cotton and chintz fabric, with the matt side of the chintz fabric used as the right side. Eight separate pockets to hold all your tools from bradawl to your tape measure. The digital PDF pattern includes full systematic instructions with full-colour photos illustrating the process of creating a quilted sewing tool bag. Please give 1st Class Patterns/ Ezme Anderson credit for the quilted sewing tool bag. Made with my "Love and Passion" of "Designing, Pattern Cutting & Sewing" (c) Copyright - 1st Class Patterns. This pattern is for personal use only. Duplicating or distributing any part of this pattern is prohibited. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 59.5 X 55.5 cms

Supplies Needed

  • 150cm width - Printed main cotton fabric 60cms
  • 150cm width - Contrast chintz fabric 1.00 metre
  • 140cm width - Polyester wadding (6oz)/Curtain interlining 70cms

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Hello & welcome My name is Ezmé, I’m a designer, pattern cutter, maker and fashion educator. I started my journey in the fashion industry in the early 80's and in 1986, I assisted Lindka Cierach with the design and creation of two wedding dresses for the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson’s Royal wedding, for her marriage to HRH the Duke of York Prince Andrew in July 1986. The second dress was unveiled at Madame Tussauds waxworks in London, the UK to the public. I work with fashion designers producing clothing collections for fashion weeks and teach on various levels of fashion courses. X Enjoy!