accessories, sewing

Serger Box Bag

First published on Burdastyle, 1/1/2016

I made this bag for a friend based on the instructions in the Craftsy.com class, “beginner serging” by Amy Alan*. It was mostly constructed with my serger – I did do a little basting with my sewing machine where the zipper meets the zipper tab/side — no matter how I tried, I couldn’t get it to stay in the right place without being basted!

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Since I didn’t have any fusible fleece, I instead fused SF101 to the exterior piece, and then used basting spray to attach sweater fleece. This seemed to work really well at ensuring good structure.

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Overall it was pretty easy to do, and a great way to use up fat quarters!

 *Affiliate link – If you choose to purchase this class, I’ll earn a small commission. 

Material Notes

Fabric – Succulents for Windham Fabrics
Zipper – YKK

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