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Get Out of Town Duffle 2.1 byAnnie


Get Out of Town Duffle 2.1 byAnnie

Functional yet stylish, this sturdy duffle bag carries everything you need for a weekend trip- and easily fits in the overhead bin or under the forward seat.

The full-zippered top allows easy access to all your gear.  Comfortable padded adjustable carrying strap and quick-grab handles make it convenient for all sorts of travel.  One zippered and four slip pockets on the outside and a variety of mesh and fabric slip pockets inside keep everything organized and close at hand.

Class attendees will receive a 15% discount on class supplies.

Supply list:

  • Get Out of Town Duffle 2.1 byAnnie pattern
  • fabric
  • Soft and Stable byAnnie  at least 58" x 36"
  • Mesh Fabric (optional) to match/coordinate
  • Fusible interfacing ( I like Shape Flex by Pellon SF101)
  • 1" strapping, at least 5 1/2 yards
  • Zippers:  one 10" or longer single-slide zipper and one 24" or longer double slide zipper; you can also purchase zipper tape (minimum of 34" and 3 zipper pulls)
  • Hardware:  two 1" D rings or Triangular rings, one 1" wide-mouth slider, two 1" swivel hooks
  • base stabilizer 6" x 14 3/4"
  • thread to match--50 wt Aurifil or 60 wt Decobob
  • Fold over elastic (optional) to match/coordinate with fabric
  • Sewing machine in good working order
  • 1/4" foot
  • Narrow edge foot
  • iron
  • Turning Tool (Optional)

** 72 Hour notice required for class cancellation**

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details:
Instructor: Linda Snellgrove
Instructor Bio: I started ?sewing? when I was a young child, making Barbie clothes out of my mother?s scraps. My sister and I would fold the fabric and tie it on with another strip of fabric and ?Viola!?, we had a dress! I actually learned how to use the sewing machine in 7th grade Home Ec (remember that?). I passed and went on to bigger and better things-making my own clothes and throw pillows. I made several of my bridesmaids dresses but not my wedding dress (that came from store). After the children started coming along, I sewed for them until they got too old for mom?s home-made clothing (Heirloom clothing should never be considered home-made) and turned to quilting. I had to have a creative outlet somewhere. I made my first quilt in 2007, my first Quiltworx quilt in 2015 and I was hooked! If I counted right, I have made 11 Quitlworx quilts.
Includes 2 Full Days of Instruction

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