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September 23, 2020
Fall Blog Hop from Lily Patch Quilts

 Hello! It's been a long time. Work has kept me super busy so there's not much time to quilt but I wanted to join Carla's blog hop to help me get back into sewing for fun even if it's smaller projects than larger quilts that I normally would like to sew. 


Since this is a Fall blog hop, I pulled out fabrics from my stash to make a couple of large zipper pouches. These are so much fun to make and can be used to organize your essentials or use as a large clutch. I tried ...

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October 18, 2019
Adding Bosal In-R-Form to the Date Night Clutch from Quilt Social

Hello and Happy Friday! All week, I’ve been demonstrating how to make The Library Tote and Date Night Clutch using BOSAL In-R-Form Double Sided Fusible Stabilizer. Yesterday, it was all about applying Bosal In-R-Form and hardware, such as the zipper, the magnetic snap, and anchor straps, to the clutch.

I promise you it’s easy, there are just many small steps. The lining is completely ready to go with a discrete faced zipper pocket, anchor straps and a magnetic snap. The straps for the bag are already made and set aside.

Today, I want to talk about the sides ...

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October 17, 2019
Applying Bosal In-R-Form and hardware to the Date Night Clutch from Quilt Social

Yesterday we made the strap anchors and the strap for this modern and professional-looking Date Night Clutch made with the Bosal In-R-Form Double Sided Fusible  Stabilizer, refer to yesterday’s post if you’re just joining us today.

Now it’s time to make the faced zipper I promised. What’s really nice about this zipper is it’s neat and tidy and hides a pocket where all the private stuff needed in a bag can be hidden. I find a zippered pocket always handy as it is a secure place to put things so they cannot slip out of ...

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October 16, 2019
Making a Date Night Clutch using Bosal In-R-Form from Quilt Social

Happy Wednesday! Yesterday I finished off making the library tote. Today and over the next few days, I’ll discuss how to make a smaller clutch bag with the Bosal In-R-Form stabilizer. This compact Date Night Clutch bag looks like it has been purchased in a store all because the Bosal In-R-Form gives such polished, structured results.

I’ll also share how to make a zipper facing so that the zipper is embedded in the lining (looks oh so gorgeous) with a hidden pocket and how to make removable straps with D rings and swivel hook toggles. This time I ...

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October 15, 2019
How to attach magnetic snaps and making the easiest tote pocket ever from Quilt Social

I hope you stopped by yesterday to see the beginning of The Library Tote bag, Bosal In-R-Form Adds Great Structure to Bags. Materials needed and cutting instructions along with a great method of making handles for this bag are included in yesterday’s post.

Today, I’ll demonstrate how easy it is to make a hanging pocket, inserting a magnetic snap and finishing this easy, handy bag for busy lifestyles.

 

The Library Tote

 

Constructing the pocket

Press the fusible woven interfacing, fusible side down to one end of the pocket piece (green as shown).

 

Woven fusible interfacing pressed to wrong ...

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October 14, 2019
Bosal In-R-Form adds great structure to quilted bags from Quilt Social

This week I’m talking all about Bosal In-R-Form, a fantastic foam product to stabilize sewing and allow sewists to have very professional structured results. I have used it many times with many projects including bags, backpacks, quilt as you go placemats, baskets, bowls, lunch bags and more.

 

The family of Bosal In-R-Form stabilizers

 

What’s really cool about it is:

  • It’s a foam product that provides a sturdy look and feel to projects giving them a professional finish.
  • It provides strength to straps and handles and the projects itself.
  • It looks and feels soft so projects do not ...

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