Fabrics selected? Interfacing options figured out? Hacks decided? Well let’s get going so!
This Stage 2 post of the PLANETARYsewalong will focus on prepping & cutting out your fabric, applying any interfacing and working as far as Step 4 of the Planetary Backpack tutorial.
It has been a fab SUNrise pattern release weekend. Thank you to everyone who took part; posting, hosting, sharing commenting and a few of you even won! Huge thank you to everyone who has bought the pattern and I can see that a few busy people have even sewn it up already!!
I’m thrilled to let you know that the SUNrise pouch pattern has been released and is available to purchase from my Etsy shop! The SUNrise pattern, along with all In Complete Stitches patterns are on sale with a 20% discount until the 8th June!!
Here we have the second mini-hack tutorial, this one shows you how to take your TrapINI pattern and turn it into the cutest tote that ever was found!
But lets talk a bit about the TrapINI; the TrapINI is the love child of the TrapBEAG TrapMOR and is a modern clutch style zipped bag pattern. It has a main zipped bag and a pocket to the front which can be made with or without a front flap.
A versatile bag pattern with a modern, relaxed, asymmetric aesthetic that comes in two sizes – TrapBEAG (small) and TrapMOR (large), with three style options; tote, crossbody and backpack.