Welcome and Supply List

Welcome to the Harper Holdall class!

Get ready to make a new best friend: Harper is the perfect zip top tote to hold all you need whether it’s a craft, a day on the go, a quick getaway and more.

Harper has a few pieces that are easy to prep and go together like a dream. You'll be done before you know it.

Class & Pattern: The class content coordinates with the Harper Holdall pattern, so you can follow along and refer back and forth as you make this gem of a bag. Print the pattern and use it to make notes and to reference as you watch the videos.

Supplies are listed below.

Comments, Questions, & Pics: Be sure to post comments inside each lesson and share pics of your beautiful makes.

Project Galleries: Post a pic and tell us a little about your gorgeous Harper Holdall. And if you made modifications, post a pic and tell us what you did.

I'm so glad you joined me for this fun project.

Joan Hawley, Instructor

Supplies to make one Harper Holdall

Fabrics (40-42” wide, 100% cotton quilting weight)

   5/8 yd Feature for outside of bag

   5/8 yd Lining

   3/4 yd Handles, Inside Pocket, Zipper Pull Ties, Bag Base

Interfacing

   1 1/2 yd x 20” Stiff Stuff Firm sew-in interfacing by Lazy Girl Designs.

  2 1/2 yd x 22” wide Face-It Soft Lightweight Woven 100% Cotton Fusible Interfacing by Lazy Girl Designs, or 3 yds x 20” wide.

Zipper

   One 30” Double-Pull Purse Zipper size 4.5mm, polyester, YKK brand.

Shop for zippers at Zipit (affiliate link)

Other Supplies

   Size 80/12 or 90/14 Universal or Microtex machine needle, SCHMETZ brand recommended.

   Erasable marking tool recommended.

   Sewing Clips, Desk Tape, and Seam Sealant such as Fray Check.

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