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Gadgets Guarded + Handbag Interfacing Tips

from Karen Wetherall, Erin Erickson, and Sara Lawson ✿


Karen from Sew What’s New beat me to this one.  This sewing pattern is by Erin Erickson and it makes a tablet, laptop, cell phone, whatever-you-have, fit like a glove.  This pattern is called the Gadget Guard and it requires padding to protect your gadgets.  Karen made a case for her L.E.D. lightbox that she purchased recently and gives a nice review of the pattern and some additional project ideas too.  Don’t skip the demo video showing how to use eyelet pliers!



Handbag Interfacing Tips – from Sara Lawson and Martingale

Which interfacing should you choose to make a structured bag? A slouchy bag? Padded straps or roomy pockets? Watch as Sara Lawson, author of Big-City Bags, explains how she uses several different Pellon interfacings to create her gorgeous, high-end handbags. Get even more details plus a dozen step-by-step bag patterns in Big-City Bags.
 


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