Renaissance Ribbons Bags HomeMade Collection

Renaissance Ribbons Bags HomeMade Collection

April 23, 2020 9 Comments

 Tula Pink HomeMade

Renaissance Ribbons Bag: Complete Sewing Kit KOB-64

Some more information about the Sewing Kit KOB-64

Comments by Tula Pink:

The only thing better than these gorgeous HomeMade ribbons is putting them on a ByAnnie pattern. My two great sewing loves together at last! I put ribbons in all of my bags, it’s really the perfect pairing to elevate a project. XX Tula

Comments by Annie:

What a treat to collaborate with Renaissance Ribbons to create these fun projects using the amazing Tula Pink's new HOMEMADE fabrics and coordinating ribbons. These gorgeous ribbons will quickly and easily take your project to a whole new level. Thank you, Renaissance Ribbons, for creating beautiful partnerships!

 

 Add a little luxury to your daily routine! Use a variety of ribbons and fabrics to make these simple, quick bags into exquisite masterpieces. Renaissance Ribbons Bags are perfect for travel or everyday use and great for gifts, too! 

 You’ll love the extra-easy zipper installation and a beautifully finished interior with no unfinished seams and no bindings!As an extra bonus, there is an Add-on Video™ available for this pattern.  Check the coupon included inside the pattern for more details.

 You canmake 2 bags from the kit! These flat-bottomed zippered pouches, in two sizes, stand up and open wide to keep all your essentials in one place. Soft and Stable ( included) provides stability and gentle protection for contents.

 The small bag measures 5¾"H x 5½" to 7"W x 2"D and the large bag measures 5"H x 7½" to 10½"W x 3"D.

 Each bag uses just one side of a piece of zipper tape, so one 30" double-slide zipper will make both bags!

 

Renaissance Ribbons Bag Kit KOB-64

Tula Pink HomeMade Collection

 

ADDENDUM to Pattern -PLEASE READ

 

ByAnnie’s Renaissance Ribbons Bag pattern calls for a 5” Velvet Border to be used as the main exterior fabric. In this kit, we are replacing the Velvet Border with cotton fabric that will be quilted before the bag is assembled.

 

To use fabric rather than 5” Velvet Border, follow these steps:

 

  1. Follow Step A to cut the pieces needed for the project, EXCEPT do NOT cut 5” Velvet Border. Instead, cut the Main Fabric to 6” x 16½” for the small bag and 6x 22½” for the large one.
  2. Align the bottom and sides of the Main Fabric with the 7½” x 16½” (7½” x 22½”) Bag Stabilizer (Soft and Stable®) and pin or spray baste to hold fabric in place.
  3. Quilt the Main Fabric to the Soft and Stable as desired. Note:  We quilted a 1” diagonal crosshatch design, but free motion quilting and vertical lines are also great options.

 

For tips on quilting with Soft and Stable, we recommend viewing the free Easy Does it pattern and Add-on Video from ByAnnie at: https://www.byannie.com/add-on-video-easy-does-it 

 

  1. Proceed to Step B in the pattern and Prepare the Zipper.
  2. Follow pattern as written for steps B-1 to D-3.
  3. Skip Step D-4.
  4. Position the 16½” (22½”) piece of  ⅝” Ribbon below the 1½” Ribbon aligning its ends and butting its top edge against the bottom edge of the upper ribbon.
  5. Proceed as directed in Step D-5 to attach the ribbon to the Bag Exterior. Note: We like to use a zigzag stitch and monofilament (invisible/clear) thread for this step.
  6. In Step D-6, trim any excess Soft and Stable even with the bottom of the fabric.
  7. Follow remaining steps in the pattern to complete the bag.




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    June 23, 2020

    They are all very nice and pretty

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