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Mini Poppins Bag

Mini Poppins Bag

Taught by Kim Walus •

The structural shape of the (Large) Mini Poppins Bag with its zippered and open wide top provides easy access to the items placed inside. The multiple pockets provide ample room to organize any sewing, quilting, or crafting supplies, it could also be used as a purse, This class will teach and guide you in the making of this fun and unique bag. 
Class Note:

You will need to purchase items before class and be prepared by having the fabric pieces cut and labeled with each of the bag parts. Labeling the bag parts will help with the bag making process when it comes time to assemble the bag in class. Reach and Follow the cutting instructions in the pattern. Preparation before class will give you more instruction time during class to work toward the construction and finishing of the bag. If you have any questions, please call me at the store.

Bag Supplies:
Fabric Requirements for Bag:
Note: Fabric requirements have been broken down into the bag parts so it's easier to make your bag scrappier. You may also follow the fabric instructions on the back of the pattern
  • 3/8 yard fabric for Outside Body/Side Sashings
  • 3/8 yard fabric for Inside Body/Side Sashings
  • 1/3 yard fabric for Inside Pockets
  • 1/3 yard fabric for Binding for Bag, Pockets, Bottom of Bag
  • 1/4 yard fabric for Handles, Zipper Tabs, and Bows for Zipper Pulls
Sewing Tools:


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.
Includes lunch

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.