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Project

Tula Pink Knitting Bag

What you will need

  • I got a remnant of one of my favorite Tula Pink prints (Storm Clouds from her Nightshade collection) and I knew it was destined to become a bag. I had some random knit fabric that was given to me in a blue that match the Tula Pink perfectly
  • so a knitting bag was born.

Q&A with ScaryMerry

Kristin Link asked:
That's great! I have questions! Did you use interfacing/fusible fleece with the knit? How did it work out? Roller or ice?
ScaryMerry answered:
Haha, this was the bag that I made from mostly fabric that was given to me for free. The $3.50 I paid for the Tula Pink remnant was the only thing I actually purchased for this. I had no fusible interfacing of any sort that I felt was stiff enough for this, so I used some stiff mystery fabric that was given to me as my main interfacing for the body and handle (seriously, I have like 3 yards of that fabric and I have no clue what's it's made of and it's too stiff/ugly for clothes). I also had some Thermolam insulation stuff left over from a coat I made, and since it's pretty fleece like, I used it to interface the bottom. As I was too lazy to baste in my interfacing, I used a glue stick to glue the interfacing to the fabric, which worked hilariously well. Yes, I used it on the knit and didn't have any issues.

Skill Level

Beginner