The Myrna bag is a great travel companion with its compact size and plenty of pockets for organizing. You can make it in a combination of cork and fabric or even all fabric looks great!
Instructor — Katy Devlin
Skill level — intermediate; we recommend you have made a simple bag prior to taking this class
When — Saturday April 6, 10 am to 4 pm
Supplies (students save 10% on all supply purchases) —
Prep — You are expected to have all fabrics cut and interfaced before the class
About the instructor — Katy is a self taught quilter and sewer who loves to try new projects. She has a love of fabrics and thinks that being able to make something from fabric is the best thing ever. Katy works at Mad About Patchwork and loves sharing her passion with others.
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