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What to do with all that scrap yarn??? Why make a bag!
- Scrap Yarn - Light weight water soluble stabilizer - Fabric for straps and lining of bag How much you need of these items depends on the size ...
- Decide the size of the bag. - Cut out two pieces of light weight water-soluble stabilizer double the length of the purse. This is so you can ...
- Lay strings of yarn all over on half of the light weight water-soluble stabilizer. You could lay it down in a pattern but we just laid them ...
Sew the yarn to the light weight water-soluble stabilizer. For ours we found it worked best to work in a square to the center. Then finished it off ...
Once Both pieces are sewn soak them in warm water and rub them until they are no longer sticky feeling. Then let dry overnight.
While it drys, sew the lining and handles for the bag.
With dry yarn fabric sew in lining and and strap. A tip from my friend Amanda: have lining face up as you sew so yarn doesn't get caught ...
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