Join instructor Amanda Kosobud to stitch up The Haralson Belt Bag pattern by Noodlehead! This pattern is versatile as a belt bag or a crossbody bag. The design of this bag is trendy and functional as it securely holds your personal items without being bulky. In this class, you will learn some basic bag making skills, how to cut a pattern using paper templates, how to install zippers two different ways, and how to work with different types of bag hardware. By the end of this class, you will have a great bag to use for travel or everyday wear!
1. Please purchase the pattern (available here) and have your paper templates cut out and ready to go. (We will cut the fabric and interfacing during class.)
2. Please bring the following materials with you to class:
- Haralson Belt Bag Pattern by Noodlehead
- Fabric Requirements listed on the back of the pattern (quilting cotton, linen, canvas, or cork recommended)
- Interfacing Requirements listed on the back of the pattern (Pellon SF-101, available at Cut & Sew PHL here)
- Two #3 nylon or metal teeth zippers (one 6 inch, one 8 inch)
- One kit for strap hardware which you can purchase here
- 1” wide Cotton Webbing for the Strap (best price locally is at Gaffney's!)
- Coordinating Polyester Thread
- One of the following for the front closure:
For questions about the material list or pattern specifics, please reach out to Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions regarding the studio, sign-up info, or enrollment please e-mail Melissa at email@example.com. If this workshop is sold out, email us at to get on the wait list! If we get enough people on the waitlist, it's possible we may add another section.
- This class is open to Teens & Adults
- Level: Confident Beginner
Must be able to independently thread machine, load bobbin, sew a straight line
- This workshop requires at least 2 students to run. In the event of low enrollment, your registration fee may be applied to a future workshop, or it may be refunded minus a small transaction fee.
Need some inspiration? Check out #haralsonbag on Instagram or see Amanda's variations of this bag @glueandstitch!