Fashion Fuse Design Challenge :: Trick or Treat Applique Bag

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After seeing all of the fabulous projects from our designers this week, we’re thinking that these design challenges should become a regular thing here at Pellon®. With everything from a Faux Fur Collar to a Faux Fur & Leather Taxidermied Bat, we’ve been pretty impressed with the projects we’ve seen. Today is no different! From Kara Sanders of Me and Elna, check out this stylin’ Trick or Treat bag, sure to be a giant hit with your kiddos (and maybe make one for yourself!!)

TrickorTreatAppliqueBagblogTrick or Treat Applique Bag
Your little ghost or goblin will love this personalized trick or treat bag! This bag is durable enough to hold a night’s worth of yummy Halloween loot.

Materials Needed
— 1/2 yard Black Pleather
— 1/2 yard Silver Pleather
— 1 yard Halloween Fabric
— 1 yard Pellon® 420 Fashion Fuse™
— 1 yard Pellon® SF101 Shape-Flex®
— Black Thread
— Chalk Marker
— One 10″ x 20″ piece of cardboard
— Masking Tape
— Two sizes of a single letter printed form a computer

Tools Needed
— Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
— Rotary Cutter & Related Supplies

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here. We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

Stay tuned for more projects!! We’ll be posting one a day every day this week!

Monday — Baron Von Guano by Stephanie Woody
Tuesday — Faux Fur Collar by Vanessa Lynch
Wednesday — Faux Leather Bottom Bag by Kelley Gilbert
Thursday — Trick or Treat Applique Bag by Kara Sanders
Friday — Anjeanette Klinder

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KaraSandersKara grew up in a household full of creativity, music and laughter. Though she was the resident needle threader for her mother throughout her childhood, Kara didn’t begin to sew until 2008 when she went to a quilt festival and picked up Pat Sloan’s “I Can’t Believe I’m Sewing!”  Since then, she has been hooked! Kara loves designing and making handmade gifts for her family and friends and finds much encouragement and support from others in the online sewing community.

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