New on line lesson- Quilt-As-You-Go Patchwork Bags

Learn the theory behind the quilt-as-you-go technique by working your way through a charming potholder before creating the “Tinker” patchwork bag from blocks you create on the fly. Tara shows you how to use scraps from your stash to build out from a single square using a freehanded approach that celebrates the uniqueness of each quilted bag. Whether you prefer straight-line or free-motion quilting, your extemporaneous blocks will blossom as your bag comes to life. Add a simple pocket or follow Tara’s instruction for a painless hidden zipper pocket. Learn how to add material to the bottom of your bag for extra durability and box corners for extra stability. Finish off your quilted bag with a magnetic closure and eye-catching bias binding. Or hand-sew an invisible binding for extra sophistication.  

Learning this technique is in the bag. Sign up for Quilt-As-You-Go Patchwork Bags today!

                                                       What You'll Learn

 How to make a log cabin potholder using the quilt-as-you-go technique

How to make a straight-line or free-motion patchwork “Tinker” tote bag from the included pattern
How to construct a leather-bottomed bag
How to add a simple, divided or zippered pocket
How to attach a magnetic bag flap
How to sew box corners to add a wide bottom to your bag
How to assemble the lining and outer shell of the bag
How to place a beautiful accent binding or invisible binding 

What You'll Make 

A stunning tote bag made in the quilt-as-you-go technique
A log cabin potholder that will make a great gift


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