Sewing World Magazine – Featuring my Insulated Lunch Bag Project

The new issue of Sewing World magazine is out now and I’m delighted to have one of my bag-making projects featured, as well as Part 5 of my Bag-Making series. I designed a cute lunch bag for this issue, made with laminated cotton for a wipe-clean finish and insulated with special metalized fleece, to keep food cool.

Sewing World magazine July 2014 Lunch Bag by Susan Dunlop

This month’s installment for the Brilliant Bag-Making series is all about pockets – different styles of pockets, how to make them and how to attach them to your bags.

Bag making series in Sewing World magazine July 2014The magazine is packed with delightful projects to get your pins stuck into. There’s an absolutely gorgeous ‘Wiggle’ dress, practical dungarees, fun cruise ship pillow, cute vintage bow bags, ribbon tag quilt, peg bag, lampshade, kids sunglasses cases, baby shoes pincushion and a stylish camera pouch. Phew!

Sewing World magazine July 2014 contents

Time for a cup of tea, put your feet up and read all about:

  • Getting the Best for your Sewing – Threads
  • Masterclass – creating curtains, part 3
  • The Story Behind – Search Press
  • Finishing Touches – making the perfect patch pockets
  • Brilliant Bag-making (my article!)

This is what I love about Sewing World, there’s just the right mix of projects and reading matter. If you can’t find a local stockist for the magazine, visit Traplet Publications to order online. Enjoy!

July issue of Sewing World Magazine

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