Fabric Humbug Bag with Valerie Nesbitt
Fun Projects for Children • Educational, G, 28-Apr-2023
These are really a great idea. Once you have made one, you will be inspired to make them in lots of different sizes and finishes.
Valerie guides you through some of the pitfalls to avoid and also shows you how lovely the new lace zips are - they get sewn onto the top of the fabric rather than being hidden inside.
Click here for workshop notes for the humbug bag.
If you have a youngster who is competent on the sewing machine, then they will love these too.
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