Hi, this is Jenifer here with you today to share a set of bags that I made for the Blend Fabrics Quilt Market Booth using the Hill and Dale fabric line. These fabrics were so much fun to use I love how the bags turned out, my daughter has already claimed them when they make their way back from Houston.
Hill and Dale Fabrics Basket Tote & Trinket Case with HeatnBond Interfacing
Both of these items are free patterns that I have included the links in the supply list. These patterns are very well written and I would recommend both of them. What I did want share with you is a tip that I did because I did not have any of the fusible foam.
Erasable marking pen, Iron (Oliso Pro), sewing machine, sharp scissors, other general sewing supplies, zipper and bias tape supplies or packaged bias tape.
This is a perfect project to try out some of those specialty threads.
Tip: I substituted HeatnBond® Craft Fusible on both of the main fabric and the lining and then I used the HeatnBond® Fusible Fleecesandwiched in between the main and the lining fabrics. You could also add 2 layers of the Fusible Fleece if you want extra volume. This left me with a nice weight bag that is very sturdy and will last a long time.TooltipText
Erasable marking pen, Iron (Oliso Pro), sewing machine, sharp scissors, other general sewing supplies, zipper.
The trinket bag did not ask for a fusible foam but I still did the same technique that I did with the bag. I love the results and I already have plans to make several more of these convenient little cases. In this picture, you can see all of the layers. Those fabrics are just too beautiful.