Project Reticule

Saturday April 21st Class Information

This is the class for the Stranded Smockers I will be teaching April 21st in Surfside. This project reticule is perfect for holding and carrying  hand embroidery projects, smocking project, knitting or crochet projects. It’s perfect for on-the-go projects to keep all the essentials located in one place.

 see… I really do mean project on-the go!

The supplies you need to bring for Class are as follows:

Machine, basic sewing supplies…

This is a challenge too, so… go to your stash… do not go out and buy anything. You can re-purpose garments, dig out several favorite fat quarters or use up jelly roll strips or charm packs.  Bring in a bag of left over scraps if that’s all you have enough fabric to measure -3/4 yard of fabric. You can use one fabric or many fabrics, this is where your creativity will be sparked.

Bring a spool of matching construction thread. If you want to add embellishments using your sewing machine’s fancy stitches, bring matching decorative threads.

One yard of matching ribbon or cording.

Iron on interfacing approximately 1/2 yard or one of those packages of iron on interfacing. Piecing leftovers of interfacing from other projects is great.

Chocolate (preferably dark)

Yeah! Come and have fun!

Contact Margaret Fain or Gail Harper for guild sign up and any questions about the supplies or class leave a comment and I’ll get back to you!

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One response

  1. […] This is a perfect little project to use your scraps or re-purpose clothes. Be creative! Here is an old post I made on this project before a class I taught. :https://thethriftyneedle.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/project-reticule/ […]

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