Presented by Patsy Spencer
Saturday, February 24, 2017, 10 AM—4 PM
Georgia Association of Water Professionals
1655 Enterprise Way
Marietta, GA 30067
Our own ASG Atlanta member Patsy Spencer will teach you to make the Glenda Convertible Clutch. Patsy has been sewing for over 50 years with a passion for garments, handbags, crafts, and home décor. And she’s not afraid to fire up the glue gun if there’s a wreath to be made.
In this class, you will learn to sew up the Glenda Convertible Clutch, a pattern from Swoon Patterns. You will learn to use focus fabric for impact, home Dec fabric for a sturdier bag, as well as your favorite cotton fabrics for a more casual look
Included in that fee will be hardware and all interfacing (pre-cut for you) used in this pattern. You must purchase the pattern from Swoon Patterns (see What to Bring). A steam press will be provided to fuse your interfacing quickly.
Applicable Sewing Level: Intermediate
COST = $35 ($45 non-members)
Registration fee is NON- REFUNDABLE unless there is a waiting list.
Bring your own lunch and something to snack on
Registration begins on-line January 1, 2018
www.asgatlanta.org and ends on February 14, 2018.
Registration is limited to 10 participants.
Questions? Contact Patsy Spencer 770-714-6032 or by e-mail at email@example.com
Fabrics choices can be quilting cotton or lightweight upholstery/home decor. Choose a coordinating lining that will enhance your outside fabric choice – and make you HAPPY! You can also choose a fabric with a motif that you may want to fussy cut as a feature on the outside flap – or the inside as you open it
What to Bring:
Glenda Convertible Clutch pattern from www.swoonpatterns.com ($5.95) printed out & pattern pieces taped together. Be sure to print “actual size” & ensure the 2” square measures correctly.
1/2 yard exterior fabric
2/3 yard lining fabric
9” NYLON zipper (not metal)
Thread, scissors, sewing machine (don’t forget your cord and pedal), appropriate needles – as needed for heavier or lighter fabrics (maybe a couple of extra needles), Frixion pen (or comparable), pins/Clover Clips, and any notions you normally use in sewing.