Learn the secrets to making bags that look like you bought them — not like you made them!
Michelle will share techniques for working with Bosal in-r-foam, installing zippers, making adjustable carrying straps, and
more. Pack it all in style with this roomy bag! Sturdy enough for all your adventures, Round Trip Duffle is a bag that you will
enjoy for years to come.
The exterior of the bag features a handy combination slip and zippered pocket on front as well as slip pockets on each
side and on the back. The main compartment opens with a double-slide zipper which extends part-way down each side, allowing easy
access to the roomy interior. Inside are a full zippered mesh pocket and three fabric slip pockets. Comfy side handles and an adjustable padded carrying strap allow over-the-shoulder or cross-body carrying. You’ll love the handy trolley sleeve on the back which slips
over handles on rolling luggage for even easier carrying.
Class Supply List
Round Trip Duffle pattern
Fabric, mesh, and bosal in-r-foam as listed on
pattern back cover
Thread to match fabrics
zippers, hardware, strapping, and
ALSO BRING TO CLASS:
Sewing machine in good working order with walking
foot, 1/4″ foot, and zipper foot. Don’t forget the extension table for your machine.
Rotary cutter and rulers
Basic sewing kit, including #90/14 topstitch needles, Wonder Clips, a stiletto, pins (the large yellow-topped quilting pins work
best), scissors, thread, chalk marker or similar tool for marking lines, etc.
To make best use of class time, please cut out the fabric and Soft and Stable according to the Cutting & Quilting
Instructions on pages 2 of the pattern.
Then layer, quilt, and cut out the pieces as directed in Step 1 (A, B, and C) on pages 2 and 3 of the pattern BEFORE
coming to class