I cut out the neckline, sleeves and cut down both sides of the shirt to divide it into two pieces. Then I ironed the cloth fusible interfacing to the back of each piece. All Purpose Woven Fusible Interfacing provides crisp support for collars, cuffs, yokes, pockets,
facings and other detail areas of a garment. It adds body and permanent
stability when used as a backing for needlework and punch embroidery.
I kept trimming the neckline until I was happy with the shape of the opening. I used the material from the sleeves to extend the length of the handles.
bracket strengthening an angle of a structure. The gusset opens the
bag up beyond what simply attaching the front to the back would do.
I am also obsessed with Scrappy Bows!
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