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Sewing & Stitchery Expo Class: Ruby Street Tote

March 2 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 am

Erin Hubner & Kristi Owens
Pacific Fabrics
The Ruby Street Tote is perfect for shopping at the farmer’s market or carrying your lunch. In class you will learn how to add soft structure to bags so they hold their shape and offer some insulation and protection. If made with washable fabrics, it can even be thrown in the washer and dryer.

Learn how to sew a softly structured bag using automotive headliner, which is a thin layer of foam between two layers of soft fabric. Headliner allows you to use quilting fabrics for bags without sacrificing shape or strength or adding additional weight. The Ruby Street tote can even be reversible as it is fully lined and beautifully finished with bias binding around the edges. Students will have the option of finishing the binding either by machine or by hand, although if they choose to do it by hand they may not finish during class.

Kit Fee – $50
Kit Includes – Ruby Street Tote pattern, our exclusive Seattle Skyline fabric for the outside, coordinating fabric for lining and bias binding, headliner, matching thread and a limited edition Sew Expo x Pacific Fabrics sew-in label. You will have the choice of three different colorways for your project, Bright is shown in the photo. All fabric will be precut for you and come in a reusable shopping bag.Student needs to provide – Basic sewing supplies – usually scissors (fabric & paper), pins, seam ripper, chalk, seam gauge, ruler, measuring tape, sewing needles, etc.

Admittance ticket to the Sewing & Stitchery Expo is required to attend this class.


March 2
8:00 am - 10:30 am
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