Reversible Bag with Sue Trangmar
Bags, Bags, Bags • Educational, G, 23-Jun-2022
This is a very comprehensive workshop video from Sue in which she shows you how to cut out the pieces, sew on the front pocket, attach handles, neat tip on how to make sure you are sewing a square and end up with two really sweet and useful bags.
Sue Trangmar of Daisy Chain Designs’ cousin Kelly Allen designed the pattern used in this video. The pattern is available on our website by clicking here.
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