PennyDog Vlog #6 – July 16th 2017July 16, 2017 / byKerry / Categories : Feeds
I thought this would be a good time to talk about bag making. I’m a bit scared because the week after this one I have to teach Blanche to a full class! Scary! I also talk about a couple of bag patterns I have, one of them is free!
Other things I talk about with links below…
- Future classes at My Sewing Room
- My latest quilt pattern for sale – Kananaskis
- My Payhip, Craftsy (where the free pattern is) and Etsy pattern shops
- Swoon Patterns
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