Jelly Bag

Date: Saturday, June 10th, 2017

Time: 10:30 AM to 3:30 PM

COST: $20.00

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Yes, I have made another bag!  You are shocked I realize…  This bag is named the Jelly Bag because the entire bag, with the exception of the lining, is made from jelly rolls!  When I started sewing this bag, it was going together so quickly and fun that I just kept going until I finished!  I usually stop and start a few times and go between projects for the store but this one was too fun to stop!  The directions are clear, concise and easy to follow.  I love the ombre effect that you can get by using the light, medium and dark shades that are included in most of the jelly rolls.  You can make 2 bags from just one jelly roll!  A total of 17 strips are needed for each bag.  What a great way to use your leftover stash!  The bag dimensions are: 16 ½ wide x 14 ½ tall.  It has two inside pockets and two decorative buttons on each side to cinch the bag in to a nice size.  We will take two classes to complete the bag so everyone can finish.  The cost of this class is $20 and you can click HERE for a link to the website to purchase the pattern.  The cost for the pattern is $8.50.  Come on down and join us for a Jelly Purse class!!


  •   Jelly Bags pattern from Bunny Hill Designs
  •   Bag Front and Back:  (1) Jelly Roll or (17) 2 ½” strips
  •   Lining:  (2) Fat Quarters or ½ yard fabric
  •   (1) yard Deco Bond fusible interfacing
  •   ½ yard of Shirtailor fusible interfacing
  •   A piece of foam core board or heavy cardboard cut to 4 ½ x 14 ½”
  •   (4) 1” buttons or (2) magnetic snaps
  •   Hemostats for turning the handles (optional but very handy)!
  •   Sewing machine in good working order, power cord, foot control
  •   Thread to match fabrics
  •   Basic sewing supplies, pins, scissors, marking tools etc.
  •   Size 90/14 Jeans/Denim needle
  •   ¼” sewing machine foot and edge stitching foot
  •   Turning tool



  •   Choose jelly roll strips or cut 2 ½” strips from yardage:
    •     (8) strips total for the front and back
    •     (3) strips for pockets
    •     (1) strip for binding
    •     (4) strips for bag handles
  •   Cut (2) rectangles 20” x 16 ½” for lining from fat quarters or yardage
  •   Cut (2) rectangles 20” x 16 ½” from Décor Bond
  •   Cut (2) pieces 9” x 6 ½” from Shirtailor and also cut (2) 2 ½” x 42” strips from the Shirtailor (it’s okay if you piece this)


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