Today’s project is a small case with metal clasps, using Ellen Baker’s GARDEN series of fabric. The square design gives you plenty of room to carry things as the depth of the case is as deep as the width in the front. When piecing together two outer fabrics, make sure to press the seam open using an iron for a clean finish. Repeat the process for the lining fabric as well. Once the clasps are placed, use a nipper to hold the clasp so that the fabric will stay in place. To avoid the nipper from scratching the clasps, place a piece of fabric in-between.
□ Outer Fabric A: 20cm (110cm width)
□ Outer Fabric B: 20cm (110cm width)
□ Lining Fabric: 20cm (110cm width)
□ Interfacing: 20cm (90cm width)
□ Metal Clasp: One piece (9cm (w) x 7cm (l)
Fabric shown for this sample:(Outer Fabric A)GARDEN JG 41700-3 (A)
(Outer Fabric B)GARDEN JG 41700-5 (A)