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The Bag Makers - February - 241 Tote



241 Tote



Taught by Kim Walus • Pattern by Noodlehead

The 241 Tote by Noodlehead is a fabric lovers favorite!
Using small cuts of fabric, you'll be able to use your favorites and still have scraps leftover. It's called the 241 because it's like two patterns in one! One version of the bag has two exterior side pockets (great for beginners), the other has two exterior zippered pockets (for those who might want a bit of a challenge).

Additional features:
  • interior pocket
  • magnetic snap closure
  • step-by-step instructions with professional easy to understand illustrations
  • full size print-at-home pattern pieces

Skill Level:

Advanced Beginner/Intermediate. Basic bag making skills helpful.
Ability to sew curves helpful.
Approx. Finished Dimensions: 13.5″ W x 12″ H, 24″ H with handle x 2.5″ D
 

Supply List

(Supplies available at The Quilter's Lodge, Students receive a 10% Discount on class supplies)

-  241 Tote Pattern
-  1/2 Yard fabric Exterior
-  1/2 Yard Accent fabric
-  1/2 yard Strap & Pockets
-  Magnetic Snap
- 2 = Zippers (coordinated to match bag)
- 1/2 yd fusible woven interfacing - Pellon Shape-Flex (SF101)

- Coordinating thread for machine quilting
- Sewing Machine, foot pedal, and power cord
- Zipper foot
- 1/4” foot or tape to mark a 1/4” guideline on the sewing machine bed
- Wonder Binding Clips
- Scissors
- Seam Ripper (just in case)
- Rotary Cutter
- Pins
- Extra sewing machine needles (just in case)
- Any other tools that you like having with you.











Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Confident Beginner Class
Instructor: Kim Walus
Instructor Bio: Kim Walus is a seamstress, crafter, quilter, sewing instructor, and pattern creator who has worked in the quilting and crafting industry for over thirty years. Kim has experience in creating her own quilting patterns and has published 9 projects for Moda Bake Shop. She contributed two projects to the Fresh Fabric Treats book published in 2011 by Stash Books, along with contributing a quilt block to the Modern Blocks book in October of 2011. She?s also had the opportunity of having one of her quilts featured on the front cover of American Patchwork and Quilting magazine in February of 2012 along with another quilt featured in Quilts & More magazine in April of 2012. She has lived in California, Utah, Florida, and Texas?each place she's found a quilt shop to work and teach in. When Kim isn't quilting, she enjoys being grandma to her six grandkids and mother to her four children. Creativity is in her blood, and she loves making not just beautiful quilts but many other crafts. Her classes will not only teach you how to make better quilts and other projects, but will leave you with a friend as well.
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