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Purchase includes:

  • PDF downloads of two written project instructions for both projects, Uptown Bag Jr. + Winter Warm Sherpa Vest

  • Pattern for Uptown Bag Jr. + pattern for Winter Warm in PDF tiling and wide format pattern to send to a print shop) 

  • Detailed Instructor Lesson Plans

 

Information about this Unit:

Skills Learned:

  • Making a lined bag 
  • Making a zippered pocket 
  • Making an adjustable strap 
  • Installing magnetic snaps
  • Working with sherpa fabric

  • Using a serger*

  • Making a fully lined garment

 

Additional Notes:

  • Winter Warm pattern sizes: kids' sizes 5-M10 (chest: 23"-38" waist: 21.5" - 29.5")

Level 2, Unit 4

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  • Classroom Materials Needed:

    Each student needs the following: 

    • Yardage of canvas/medium-weight woven fabric: 

    -1/2 yard for bag exterior and straps 

    • Yardage of quilting cotton: 

    -1/2 yard for bag lining 

    • Pellon SF101 fusible interfacing 

    - 5/8 yard 

    • (2) 1” rectangular metal rings 

    • (2) 1” swivel hooks 

    • (1) 1” rectangular metal slider 

    • (1) 9” handbag zipper 

    • (1) set of 3/4” magnetic snaps 

    • ’Making Straps Tutorial #1’ instruction packet 

    • ‘Boxed Corners Tutorial’ instruction packet

    Classroom Tools Needed: 

    • Acrylic ruler, cutting mat, and rotary cutter (for instructor use only) 

    • Frixion pen 

    • Point turner 

    • Iron 

    • 1/4” seam tape

  • Classroom Materials Needed:

    Each student needs the following: 

    • 56” wide sherpa fabric (quantity needed depends on student’s size)

    • Lightweight flannel or other woven cotton for lining of vest (quantity needed depends on student’s size)

    Classroom Tools Needed: 

    • Iron 

    • Measuring tape

    * A serger is not mandatory for completing this project, but it is very helpful. Students with a more advanced skill level/age should be able to operate the serger with guidance. If you do not have a serger, substitute with a zig-zag stitch.

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