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Art Case Tutorial

Art Case Tutorial



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Published by tandclundell
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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: tandclundell on Jul 29, 2010
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     Art Case
These are sewing instructions for an art case made from double sided quilted fabric. Itis large enough to hold 12 colored pencils and 2 coloring books/pads of paper and evena little treat in the flap pocket. Supplemental pattern pieces can be found onwww.thisismamamakesstuff.com
Pattern pieces:
Main piece – rectangle measuring 12 1/2” x 38“Handles (cut 2) 12 1/2” x 3”Pocket (cut 1 from provided pattern)Pocket Flap (cut 1 from provided pattern)
 1/2 yd double-sided quilted fabric (you might be able to get by with less if you are reallycareful at pattern placement, cutting and if your fabric store cuts really straight).1 1/2” of 1” Velcro1 package of coordinating 1/4” double fold bias tape.
Art Case Marking lines on the rectangular piece.
copyright 2008 www.thismamamakesstuff.com
 for personal use only
copyright 2008 www.thismamamakesstuff.com
 for personal use only2. Serge or otherwise finish edges ofpocket and long edges or rectangularpiece.
1. Bind each end short end of the largerectangular piece, the curved side of thepocket flap and the top edge of thepocket with 1/4” bias tape.4. Fold and iron 1/4” on non-boundedges of pocket. Topstitch into place.
3. Fold back 4 1/2” and sew channels1” apart starting 1 1/4” from the edge.
copyright 2008 www.thismamamakesstuff.com
 for personal use only
5. Attach flap above pocket using 1/4”seam.6. Fold flap over and topstitch 1/4” awayfrom edge.7. Fold each strap piece in half lengthwise.Fold in 1/4” on each long raw edge of strap.Topstitch on the edge to close strap. (Youcould try to sew right sides together, but thethickness makes it hard to turn).8. Attach straps using 1/4” seam.

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