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Pepin Tote



Pepin Tote

A simple tote, perfect for beginners and experienced alike!! A tote perfect to take to and from work or play. Stash a notebook, extra items too big for a purse and just grab it and go!!!. This is a quick tote designed with a few optional add-ons if you’re feeling up to it. The Pepin Tote is beautiful and useful in its simplicity.

Skill Level: Beginner
Approx. Finished Dimensions: 17” wide x 12” tall x 4” deep Class Date: Wednesday Dec. 8, 2021
Pattern
Pepin Tote by Noodlehead

Materials & Supplies Needed: written on the back of the pattern
Read the information on the pattern regarding recommended fabrics.
Cotton canvas is also an option for the exterior fabric. If you use cotton canvas, I recommend adding a layer of Pellon 987 and SF101 to provide structure and stability. Fuse Pellon 987 (29” x 18”) to the Main Exterior then fuse the SF 101 over the top.

Note regarding the Front Pocket: The front pocket is not lined. It is one piece of fabric with the top edge and sides folded. A slip pocket will be modeled during class. Bring extra fabric if this is an option for you. I recommend a slip pocket if you are using cotton canvas.

Options: Top Closure - Recessed Zipper and Magnetic Snap
Front Pocket Closure
size 24 metal snap (additional tools are needed to set) Handles – 1” Webbing or Leather straps

Supplies Needed for Day of Class:

  • Sewing machine with appropriate thread, walking foot, zipper foot, edge (topstitch) foot, and #14 or 16 or microtex needle

  • Pins, rotary cutter, rulers (6 1⁄2 x 12 is a useful size), cutting mat for personal use

  • Pencil, chalk, water soluble pen or thin marker to mark with

  • Wonder clips (large & small size)

  • Scissors for fabric

  • 1⁄4” Double Stick Fusible Tape

    This is an all-day class. Feel free to bring something to eat and drink while you work on your project.

HOMEWORK.....It is recommended to complete this before the day of the class to help ensure you finish the Pepin Tote the day of the class.

Read through the directions on the pattern to familiarize yourself with the information. Use the cutting tips, cutting instructions and suggested cutting layouts as a guide.

Complete the following in advance:
You will be cutting out all the pieces needed and fusing the interfacings to the corresponding fabric before class begins. As you cut each piece, pin the label from the label page to the fabric.

Prepare: Apply Interfacing --- Complete this section.
Bring the completed pieces (labeled), extra fabric and stabilizers to class. We will begin with Step 1: Make the Front Pocket.

 

Enjoy, Mary




Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: Must have knowledge on how to use your sewing machine.
Requirements: Supplies Needed for Day of Class:
  • Pepin Tote Pattern by Noodlehead
  • Sewing machine with appropriate thread, walking foot, zipper foot, edge (topstitch) foot, and #14 or 16 or microtex needle
  • Pins, rotary cutter, rulers (6 1⁄2 x 12 is a useful size), cutting mat for personal use
  • Pencil, chalk, water soluble pen or thin marker to mark with
  • Wonder clips (large & small size)
  • Scissors for fabric
  • 1⁄4? Double Stick Fusible Tape
  • This is an all-day class. Feel free to bring something to eat and drink while you work on your project. HOMEWORK.....It is recommended to complete this before the day of the class to help ensure you finish the Pepin Tote the day of the class. Read through the directions on the pattern to familiarize yourself with the information. Use the cutting tips, cutting instructions and suggested cutting layouts as a guide. Complete the following in advance: You will be cutting out all the pieces needed and fusing the interfacings to the corresponding fabric before class begins. As you cut each piece, pin the label from the label page to the fabric. Prepare: Apply Interfacing --- Complete this section. Bring the completed pieces (labeled), extra fabric and stabilizers to class. We will begin with Step 1: Make the Front Pocket. Enjoy, Mary
  • Instructor: Mary Hayes
    Instructor Bio: I relocated from upstate New York a couple of years ago with my husband. I am a retired math teacher with over 30 years experience and taught classes at Amelia's Garden Sewing Boutique In Delmar, NY. I have been quilting since the late 90's. I am a modern quilting enthusiast and enjoy making bags!! I am a co-designer of The Perfect Wallet and the designer of The Mini Wallet. I enjoy teaching others and inspire them to build on and expand their quilting and sewing skills.
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