Materials: Outer fabric, lining fabric, heavy interfacing (such as timtex, fusible),interfacing (fusible), Velcro squares, 8” zipper NOTE: Use a ½” seam allowance throughout, unless otherwise stated.Panel A: 8 ¾” x 9 ½”Panel B: 8 ¾” x 4 ¼”Panel C: 8 ¾” x 4 ¾”Panel D: 8 ¾” x 4”Panel E: 8 ¾” x 3 ¼”Panel F: 8 ¾” x 2 ½”Panel G: 8 ¾” x 6 ¾”Panel H: 8 ¾” x 3 ¾”Panel I: 8 ¾” x 4 ¼”Panel J: 3” x 5”Cut from Outer fabric:
One of each: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, JCut from lining fabric:
One of each: A, B, C, D, E, F, ICut from heavy interfacing:
One A panelCut from regular interfacing:
One of each: B, C, H, JDIRECTIONS:1.Take the interfacing panels A, B, C, H, and J and attach them by machine basting just short of a ½” seam allowance to their corresponding fabric panels, fusible side facing the wrong side of the outer fabric and the non-fusible side facing the wrong side of the lining fabric (when there is nocorresponding outer fabric panel, use the corresponding lining fabric, andface the non-fusible side of the interfacing to the wrong side of the liningfabric). Trim the seam allowances of the interfacing only - to reduce bulk.2.Take panel G; place the male side of the Velcro in the middle of one of thelonger edges, 1” from the bottom of the raw edge. Topstitch in place.3.Take panel J. Fold the fabric in lengthwise, interfaced/wrong sidestogether. Gently iron the crease. Unfold, then fold the short raw edges in½” towards the interfaced/wrong side and press hard. Next, fold in thelong raw edges in ½” towards the interfaced/wrong side. Press hard. Keepthe edges all folded in for the next step. Fold the panel in half lengthwisealong the crease you’ve already made. Pin in place and topstitch all theway around. Iron once done, making sure to fuse the interfacing.4.Center the female part of the Velcro on the panel you just made,topstitching in place.