сумка шопер Кыш-кыш, Улетай мастер-класс, выкройка

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Yardages (finished size 15"w x 14"h)
If you don’t see a fabric listed on our website (when we
sell out, it’s gone!) pick out anVXEVWLWXWHWKDWVWULNHV
your fancy.
We’ve designed a basic tote pattern and embellished it with
appliqué and embroidery. This tote is so simple to whip up in an
afternoon and so inexpensive to make, you’ll want to make more!
Our FlD:D tote features machine appliqué to keep your new
feathered friends in place and give you a cleaner, crisper look.
• Steam-A-seam or other double sided fusible webbing
• Slate Blue thread (20895) and embroiderWKUHDGRI\RXU
choice, we used DMC 3031 and 727
• Pen or pencil
• Cutting tool like sharp scissors or a rotarFXWWHr
Helpful (but not required)
• Cutting mat, pins, ironing surface
1 1250 – ½ DUd
2 1754 – ½ DUd
3 1248 – 1 fat quarter
4 1687 – 1 fat quarter
¼ DUd
fat quarter
We encourage breaking the rules, but here are a few
things you might want to keep in mind:
• We know you’re excited to start but read through
all the instructions before beginning a project.
• All instructions use a ¼" seam allowance
• Press seams after piecing each strip
• You can pre-wash your fabric if you choose, but
make sure it’s either all washed or all not. Also, be
sure to press before cutting no matter what.
• A fat quarter measures 18" x 22"—it’s the same
amount of fabric as a ¼ DUGMXVWFXWLQDGLIIHUHQW
orientation so it’s “fat” and not long and skinny.
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Quilting Basics

Step One
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1 Press your fabric and start cutting! If you cut it all at once your quilt assembl will go reall
quickly. We recommend cutting with a mat, ruler and rotarFXWWHUIRUEHVWUHVXOWV.
The following diagrams will help you figure out where to postion everWKLQJ for maximun
efficiency. Start b trimming off the selvedges (the edges of the fabric where the name of the
Fabric 3
cut out birdie bodZLWKIXOO
size template on pg. 5
Fabric 4
cut out birdie bodZLWKIXOO
size template on pg. 5
Fabric 2
C – 2¼ " x 15 " cut 4
D – 15½" x 28½ " cut 1
cut out birdie wings with full
size template on pg. 4
Fabric 1
A – 2¼ " x 15 " cut 4
B – 15½" x 28½ " cut 1 A

Step Two
Now let’s sew on your appliqué. Since the tote has a layer of lining, it’s easiest to work with the
applique now, when you have access to the outer most layer. Using the templates provided, trace
each shape onto your fusible webbing, cut out the rough shape around the pattern, you don’t have
to cut on the lines yet.
Step Three
Remove one side of the paper backing (the side not drawn on) and iron the backing to the wrong
side of your bird bodDQGZLQJIDEULFWRIXVHLW.
Step Four
Step Five
Now the fun part! Remove the remaining paper layer from the fusible web. Pla around with
positioning and layering until you find a combo that you like. After deciding where you want
sure to keep them at least two inches from the edge to save room for seams. 5
Step Six
Machine sew along the inside of each shape as close to the edge of the fabric as you can. You ma
want to pla with different decorative stitches on a scrap piece of fabric before you decide on
which one you want to use. The fusing will hold the shapes in place if you don’t sew them on, but
if you wash your bag frequently, the edges might start to peel off eventuallVRLWVDJRRGLGHDWR
secure your appliqué bVHZLQJLWRQ. 6
Step Seven
eyes, and a running stitch for the beak and feet. 7
Step Eight
right sides of fabric D and fabric B are facing each other. Sew all the waDURXQGWKHHGJHVRI\RXU
fabric on all 4 sides using a ¼" seam, leaving a 6" gap on one of the longer sides. You need the gap
so you can flip your bag inside out. Clip the corners to reduce bulk and make the corners neater.
Don’t cut too close to the seam! 8
Fabric D facing in
6" gap
become the bottom
of the bag later
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Step Nine
Turn your bag right side out, iron the seams flat, and hand or machine sew your gap shut. 9
Step Ten
Fold the piece of fabric you just created in half so that the two right sides of the tote are facing each other
and the lining is facing out. Stitch down the sides, using a ¼" seam, be sure to back stitch at the beginning and
end of your seam to hold it in place. Turn your bag right side out and iron.
¼" seam
Step Twelve
Take one of the long fabric strip As and line it up with a long fabric strip C, right sides together and sew around
3 sides, leaving one of the short ends open. Trim off the corners like you did in step 8. Turn it right side out and
press into a long flat strip. Turn under the open side a ¼" and whipstitch it shut. Repeat with the other two
strips, resulting in two finished handles.
Step Thirteen
Sew the handles to the top edge of the totes front and back, 1" in and 2" down
Ad mire you r h a n diwork be fore tossi n g you r wa llet a n d k eys i n side a n d t a ki n g you r n e w F ly-a-Wa tote out for a night on t h e town!
1" in2" down
Fabric B with finished appliqué
Fabric D used
as lining
leave short side open
¼" seam
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Step Eleven
Take two fabric strip As and sew them together on one short side onlZLWKDVHDP5HSHDW
for the other pair of fabric strip As and the fabric C strips as well.You’ll have two long strips of
each measuring 2¼" x 29½"

Please read the entire pattern carefully. Ever effort has been made to ensure the accurac of
this pattern. Use a ¼" seam allowance unless otherwise stated. Measure your quilt before cutting
border strips. Make adjustments as necessary. © . All rights reserved. For private,
non-commercial use only. Please see our website for terms of use.
Full size templates
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