Sat 26th Jan (9.30 – 14.30)
This bag has been designed for any of you knitters or crocheters who like to collect pin badges.
It’s a large square bag that is easily big enough for a sweater project or large shawl that has a neat zipper on the inside which allows you to get your hand between the outside and inside to attach your badges. This means their backs are not in contact with your project and you wont get any snags in your yarn.
It’s a simple project for any level of sewer. It is recommended that you use a heavy weight fabric such as curtaining, canvas or denim for the outside of your bag to give it structure and a 100% cotton for the lining. You can even re-purpose an old pair of jeans or curtains if you wish. Please bring 1 metre of fabric for the outside of your bag and 1 metre for the lining. You will also need 2 metres of cord and an 8″ regular zip in the colour of your choice.
*You will either need a mans large pair of jeans (or several ladies pairs) if you are planning on using old jeans.
This bag has been designed in house at Beautiful Things. You will receive the pattern and instructions as part of your course but this file is for personal use only, please do not share or distribute. We work on the principle that all designers are credited for their work and paid accordingly. You are able to sell bags made from this pattern on a small scale at fairs and for cottage industry purposes as long as credit is given to Beautiful Things for their design.
Once you have ordered your course you will receive an email within 36 hours with full access details to the video training and printable pattern and instructions. Each step of the course is documented with simple to follow video instructions and backed up in writing too. If you have any problems along the way then there is support available to you via email or a facebook group.
The official release date for this course is Monday 28th January 2019 when the 1st batch of emails will go out. Until this time the course is available to pre-order at a discounted price. Should we be able to release it even earlier then we will of course do so!
If you would rather take this as an in person class with Claire in a small group then you can book a class HERE. As a participant in the in person class you will also receive access to this online course for future reference.