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Found the perfect stabilizer/fleece and interfacing combination

After a lot of trials and errors finally found the perfect combination of the stabilizer/fleece and interfacing for making a tote bag. The size of this bag approximately 13 *11 inches.  I used cotton fabric for both outside and inside lining (any quilting cotton fabric will do). For the outer fabric I used fusible fleece Pellon 987F and for the lining I used fusible interfacing SF101. These both together add a lot sturdiness to this size bag  and also it give a professional look and feel to it. But this combination may not work for the bigger size bags
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Inside of the bag
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Made another one in similar fashion

Happy sewing!!

Comments

Ashwini Rao said…
Bhavana, thank you so much for giving those interfacing details - I was trying really hard to search for some myself! So this really helps!!
That's one pretty tote, by the way - I am still an amateur, so I hope to stitch just as good some day! :) Love to see more, when you stitch them! :)
xx Ashwini

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