3/4 yard Main Fabric (for body of outside of tote and inside pockets)
3/4 yard Fabric #2 (will be used for bottom part of tote, straps, and lining)
1 Fat Quarter of Fabric #3 - if you cannot find a FQ of the fabric you want, you will have to purchase a 1/2 yard (for top part of inside and outside of tote, and bottom)
1 1/4 yard Medium Weight Fusible Pellon Interfacing
1/3 yard Pellon Peltex II Ultra Firm Double Sided Fusible Interfacing
1 1/4 yards Large Ric Rac
1 1/2 yards of 1 1/2" Ribbon
To Do List -
Shop for any needed supplies (e.g. adorable fabric)
Cut-out and tape your pattern pieces together.
Layout all of your pattern pieces onto the correct fabric. Then, assess how best to position the pattern pieces, so that you can cut everything out (including multiples of the pattern pieces).
After you have determined how to position the pattern pieces, cut off the selvage edges of the fabric.
Then, straight pin the pattern pieces onto the appropriate fabric according to the cutting instructions.
If your fabric is not directional, you can flip the pattern upside down to cut the second piece.
Once you have cut your pieces,
you can label them on the back with a marking pen, or pin the pattern piece on top for identification.
When you get to the Large Pocket Panels, mark the dividing lines on two of the panels.
If you have questions, please email me!
When you are finished with this, leave a comment, so I know when to move on.
I look forward to see what each of you are making!