I’m preparing for an upcoming class on using zipper tape for bag-making.
I had on hand a couple of fabric sample sets with cuts of each fabric in the colourway. The samples were 13″ wide so I cut 5 1/2″ strips, then 1 3/4″ strips from the leftover bits, sewed them to the wider pieces to create a “header”, then made them up into small zippered bags. They’re in my gift stash. I left three bags unassembled so I can use them to demonstrate for the class.
Before that, I’d made 10 more iPhone bags, having given away the first batch. Also useful to have on hand as a gift. I also left two of these bags unassembled as examples for the class.
Just keeping busy while I’m trying to wrap my head around the “diamonds” quilt I want to do. I’m closer than I was. I’ve paired up the jellyroll strips again, this time matching up strips closer in shade – I think that will work better. The pairs of strips are currently laying on one of my sewing tables – maybe later this afternoon, or tomorrow morning, I will sew them up and cut out diamonds….
Where do you teach classes? Love that little phone one – I should modify it for my bigger phone and make one for my outside pocket (always afraid it will fall in the snow — for good reason!)
I teach classes for a nearby Pfaff dealership down the street from me in Halifax. Not much help for you, I’m afraid. BTW, instructions for making the iPhone/any phone carry bag can be found at: https://jmncreativeendeavours.ca/knittingsewing-tips/zippered-bags/