Glass Slipper Project: Handbag Pattern

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This is a perfect pattern to make for the Glass Slipper Project community service project. The Glass Slipper Project is great need for purses. This pattern is fashionable and does not require installing a zipper or other handbag closure.

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  • 1. American Patchwork & Quilting | Quilt Sampler | Quilts and MoreProject: Grab BagsDesigner Bonnie KozowsKi, PhotograPher Cameron saDeghPourPattern may be downloaded for personal use only. No electronic or printed reproduction permitted without the prior written consent of MeredithCorporation. Meredith Corporation 2008. All rights reserved.
  • 2. American Patchwork & Quilting | Quilt Sampler | Quilts and MoreProject: Grab BagsInspired by a bevy of bright and FromprintA,cut: Assemble Baglively fabrics, designer Bonnie 1 each of Bag Pattern and 1. With right sides together, sewKozowski has made countless Bag Pattern reversed together bag front and backversions of this go-everywhere FromprintB,cut: from clip to clip along side andbag. Pockets on the inside are 1 each of Bag Pattern and bottom edges (Diagram 4).great for holding your phone, keys, Bag Pattern reversed Clip into seam allowance whereand other necessities. 2612x15" rectangles marked. Turn bag right side out; Although most of the bags Frombatting,cut: press flat.shown are made from quilting 2 of Bag Patterncottons, the bag also works well in 2. Repeat Step 1 to sew togetherdenim, tapestry, and upholstery- Prepare Bag Pieces lining front and back, leavingweight fabrics. (If you use a and Pockets an opening for turning betweenheavyweight fabric, you dont need 1. Layer a batting bag piece on the dots in the bottom seamto use batting.) wrong side of each A print bag (Diagram 5). Do not turn right piece. Machine-baste a scant 14" side out.Materials from edges to make bag front 12 yard print A (bag) and back (Diagram 1). 3. Insert bag body into lining 34 yard print B (lining) (they will be right sides together). 18x44"thin quilt batting or craft 2. Fold a B print 612 x15" rectangle Sew together bag body and fleece in half lengthwise to make a lining along inside and outside 314x15" rectangle. Sew together edges, beginning and ending 2"Finished bag: 13x18" along three open edges, leaving from top edges (Diagram 6). a 3" opening for turning in the Pull bag and lining throughQuantities are for 44/45"-wide, bottom edge (Diagram 2). Turn opening in lining bottom. Hand-100% cotton fabrics. right side out through opening. stitch opening closed. Push bagMeasurements include 14" seam Press, turning under raw edges into lining so the bagallowances. Sew with right sides of opening, to make a pocket. is wrong side out.together unless otherwise stated. Repeat to make a second pocket. 4. On the lining, carefully pressCut Fabrics under 14" on the handle upperTo make the best use of your 3. Position a pocket on the right edges. Keeping the lining out offabrics, cut pieces in the following side of each B print bag piece the way, pin together the longorder. at the widest part; pin in handle ends of the bag body; To make the Bag Pattern place. Referring to Diagram 3, stitch with 12" seam allowancetemplate, use full-size pattern topstitch bottom edge of each (Diagram 7). Repeat to join thepieces on pages 5-10. Print one pocket, then stitch two lines 5" bag body short handle ends.each of patterns A-F. Cut out each apart to divide each pocket intopattern piece. Referring to the compartments. Trim pocket side 5. Turn in remaining raw edges ofdiagram on page 11, match pattern edges along curve of bag piece; handles on bag body and liningpieces at large dots and tape baste a scant 14" from edges to handle (the lining handle endspieces in place to make the Bag make lining front and back. should overlap each other);Pattern. Be sure to transfer the pin in place. Turn right side out.clips (Patterns C and D) and the Topstitch around all edgessmall dots (Patterns E and F) onto to secure the handle ends andthe fabrics pieces. complete the bag (Diagram 8).Pattern may be downloaded for personal use only. No electronic or printed reproduction permitted without the prior written consent of MeredithCorporation. Meredith Corporation 2008. All rights reserved.
  • 3. Quilts and More Winter 2006 Grab Bags Diagram 1 C. Neubauer 9-13-06 100234620 American Patchwork & Quilting | Quilt Sampler | Quilts and MoreProject: Grab Bags Quilts and More Winter 2006 Q Grab Bags G Diagram 3 3" D C. Neubauer 9-13-06 C 100234622 1 DIAGRAM 1 DIAGRAM 2 5" 5" DIAGRAM 3 DIAGRAM 4Pattern may be downloaded for personal use only. No electronic or printed reproduction permitted without the prior written consent of MeredithCorporation. Meredith Corporation 2008. All rights reserved.
  • 4. 100234 American Patchwork & Quilting | Quilt Sampler | Quilts and MoreProject: Grab Bags Quilts and More Winter 2006 Grab Bags