Betsy's Sewing Kit Fabric Tour with The Red Feedsack

Betsy's Sewing Kit Fabric Tour with The Red Feedsack

Welcome to Betsy’s Sewing Kit Fabric Tour with Dori from The Red Feedsack. We love the Sew Together Bag that Dori has made. You can find Dori and read all about how she made this zippy pouch with all the zipper pockets here.

Betsy’s Sewing Kit fabric can be found here. The Farmhouse Favorites are also a great addition for adding color to this fabric collection. You can find those here.

Betsy’s Sewing Kit is a nostalgic memory from the McCalls magazine that used to come to your home each month. There was an iconic paper doll call Betsy McCall. This collection reaches into the past to bring relevance to what Betsy would have in her sewing kit. The beautiful color palette of navy blue, bright reds, pinks, teals, mints and yellows are a glorious combination that makes you want to head to your sewing room to play all day. There are darling strawberries, quilt patterns, baby chicks, tea kettles and many floral designs.

Dori always adds her hand made touch with stitches of love. She also uses all the selvedges from our cute fabric collections and adds them as embellishments to her lovely projects.

This go to pattern is always a great gift for yourself and for making for someone else. This Sew Together Bag pattern can be found here.

This is not a beginner friendly pattern because the instructions are hard to read.  However, there are many great blog posts and youtube video tutorials that are super helpful and make it easier to sew and understand the instructions (just search Sew Together Bag)!  So if you’ve never made this bag before and you’ve wanted to… now is the time!

Be sure to check back with all these other fabulous makers below, to see their lovely creative projects using Betsy’s Sewing Kit.

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Friday, September 2 @elliebugmakes

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