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Mini Poppins Bag (No Hand Sewing)

SMALL 9” WIDE x 7” deep x 5” TALL OR LARGE 9” WIDE x 7” DEEP x 7” TALL

The No Hand Sewing Poppins bag can be made in two mini sizes, small or large. It is zipper top bag with lots of pockets inside to keep everything organized. The structural stays keep it in shape. The one day class is a great way to meet and sew with friends or make new friends as we build this lovely bag together.

Your instructor, Leora will contact you before class to inform you of your pre-class homework.


Aunties Two Pattern AT629 Mini Poppins Bag, Stays included with pattern (Available in the store)

Fabric                                                           Large               Small


Bag body, sashing                                           3/8 yard          ¼ yard


Bag body lining, pockets                                 5/8 yard          ½ yard

Coordinating Fabric                                      

Handles, bottom, binding, bows, tabs               ½  yard            ½ yard


Bag body – 1 package Bosal In-R-Form Plus double sided fusible 18” x 58” wide. Make sure this is fusible,

Bottom – 1 package Bosal Craf-tex Plus double sided fusible Mini Poppins bag bottoms by Bosal,

¼” plumbing tubing (instructor will provide),

Zipper – 24” or 30” handbag zipper with double slide,

Bag feet (optional),

Wonder clips,

Long pins,

Removable marker or chalk,

Sewing machine for heavy work in good working order,

Sewing machine needles 80/12 & 90/14,

Walking foot with guide,

Seam ripper and stiletto,

60mm Rotary cutter and mat,

Long ruler,

Black felt tip marker to mark foam before cutting,

Iron and ironing mat,

Teflon ironing sheet or parchment paper,

Large and small scissors,

Matching thread


Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: You must be able to know how to use your sewing machine.
Instructor: Leora Strong
Instructor Bio: I began sewing when I was 8 years old and was hooked! I also enjoy knitting, crochet, crafts, wood working and pretty much anything that allows me to be creative. When I was 30 I began sewing for the public making evening and day wear. I made cheerleading uniforms for a team of cheerleaders and bought my first Bernina sewing machine and serger from my earnings. I had never quilted until October 2021 when I needed a king size bedspread. That lit a new fire in me and now I am working on a quilt nearly every day. The love of quilting led to buying a long arm which has led back to working for the public! Teaching sewing classes is another outlet for my joy of sewing.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.