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Out to Lunch 2.0 - Anaheim



In the class, we will be making the ByAnnie’s bag “Out to Lunch 2.0”. There are 2 sizes. I will be listing the supplies for the large pattern, because that is the one I made. This bag is a great all-purpose bag.
There are 2 mesh pockets inside and one pocket on the front of the bag. It would be useful as a supply bag for class, a lunch bag, or small carry on for travel. There is also an optional crossbody strap that could be added. This bag is big enough for me to put my Tupperware lunch containers in, but I think I’d rather use it as a bag for class! If this is your first ByAnnie Bag, don’t get overwhelmed. The instructions might seem like a lot, but we will make this bag together, step by step. You will be amazed at your finished bag! I would highly encourage you to complete the prep work listed below.

Supplies:

“Out to Lunch 2.0” a ByAnnie’s Pattern**

1 Yard Main Fabric*

1 Yard Lining Fabric*

1 Yard Coordinating Fabric (I needed a little bit more than the pattern called for.) *

1 Yard Package ByAnnie’s Soft and Stable*

1 Package of ByAnnie Mesh Fabric*

1- 24” Single slide Handbag Zipper*

1- 30” Double slide Handbag Zipper**

1½” PolyPro Strapping – 1¾ yards*

1 Package ByAnnie’s Fold-Over Elastic*

40WT Cotton Thread *

90/14 Schmetz Jeans Needles *

Wonder Tape*

Iron/ Ironing Mat*

Rotary Cutter, 12” x18” Mat, 6”x12” Ruler*

Creative Grids Circle Quilt Rulers* or copy of circle from pattern.

Karen Kay Buckley Purple Scissors*

Wonder Clips*

Chalk Marking Tool*

Bohin Straight Pins*

Loop Tuner*

Easy Threader*

Basic Sewing Supplies

Sewing Machine in good working order with slide on table.

¼” Foot

Edge Stitch Foot
Zipper Foot
Dual Feed Machine or Walking Foot


*Available for Purchase at Mel’s

**Available by Special Order at Mel’s

Prep work to be finished before class:

  1. Purchase Supplies from Mel’s. Some supplies will need to be specially ordered.
  2. Complete steps 1A, 1B, and 1C, Cut and Quilt. Label all parts and seal the edges of the quilted pieces with a ?” seam. Bring all the parts to class.
  3. Make Bias Binding. (See 2B.) You can use your method of choice. Bring to class.

Download Supply List


Instructor: Ruth Locke
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