Everywhere I go, someone want to know about my Quilted Rag Purse. Today's Quilted Rag Purse was made from the left over fabric scraps from the kitchen curtains. My Big Shot made fast work of cutting the Scallop Squares for the purse. It will cut through 6 layers of upholstery fabric in one pass.
You will also need 19 (3-1/4" squares of batting).
Here's how it all started. Long strips of fabric were just sitting there begging to be used. Place six layers over Scallop Square die. Don't forget to place your cutting pad below the die and on top of the fabric.
These are the curtains that provided the inspiration for today's project.
Sew an x on each square to provide a quilted look.
First, sew squares together horizontally forming strips. The middle strip is both the bottom and the sides. Next, sew together strips. Finally, attach sides to front and back.
Don't sew the top together until after you have insert the straps and closure strap. A Kraft Corduroy button was the perfect compliment for this purse.
After your purse is assembled, snip between scallops with your Craft & Paper Scissors.could be yours. All orders of $25 between February 12 & February 26 will automatically be entered to win this sweet purse. My Grandson, Connor, will be by on Saturday to choose a rag purse winner.
Have a fabulous day,
Big Shot 113439, Scallop Square Die 115950, Kraft Corduroy Buttons 114340, Craft & Paper Scissors 108360, Fabric, Thread, sewing machine, batting