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Thread: Need a Pattern for Project Kit for Classes

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    Super Member pollyjvan9's Avatar
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    Need a Pattern for Project Kit for Classes

    Has anyone made a Sewing Kit for classes. I would like something to keep "everything" all together. Something that I can pack, close and drop in the carrier for my sewing machine. Do you have any suggestions, or have you used a pattern for something like this? Any help would be appreciated. (A photo would be very helpful, I seem to learn by seeing nowadays, rather than reading instructions.)

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    I just throw everything in a tote bag.
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    Hi, I just made this. It is small, as you can see it next to my cat. The link shows what the inside looks like.
    http://www.cottonclub.com/cgi-bin/St...1#1206TravCase
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    https://www.etsy.com/shop/PeachPalaceDesigns

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    I throw the smaller things into a zippered pouch, then throw that and the bigger things into a tote.
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    This is cute! Sewing Tote Tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniePenny View Post
    Hi, I just made this. It is small, as you can see it next to my cat....
    If that pattern came complete with that darling kitty I would snatch it right up! LOL

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    Thanks everyone. After I posted this, I gathered up everything that I was going to need to take to class, except some big things like rulers, etc., laid everything out on a table and decided to make a roll-up type carrier. The 1st photo shows what I wanted to put in the carrier, the 2nd is everything in the carrier, and the 3rd is the carrier all snugly tied up.
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    Wow Pollyjvan, you did an excellent job on your project! All the other students in the class will be so interested in your tote that you all might forget the original subject of the class!
    "He who masters the grey everyday is a hero."


    https://www.etsy.com/shop/PeachPalaceDesigns

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    I had no doubt that you would figure it out. nice job.
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    The roll up tote is a nice idea. I use a make-up bag that is flat on the bottom and looks like a fabric box with a zipper around the top edge.
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