We’re so excited to bring Michelle Reiter back to teach a workshop focused on the Noodlehead Market Bag by Anna Graham! This versatile tote is great to use for a carry-on bag, farmer’s market trips, a library run or even as a stylish work tote! The possibilities for personalizing it and making it your own are endless!
Date: September 23, 2017
Time: 10a – 4p
Location: Cedar Grove Community Church // 65 Bowden Rd Cedar Grove
Cost: NJMQG Members $35 // Non-members $40 – This include a pizza lunch courtesy of Michelle!
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to cut out the pattern, quilt with stabilizer, install a basic zipper, sew basic binding, and add fashionable handles.
This session is limited to 20 participants. Click here to register for this workshop.
Once paid, the supply list and other details including sources for handles, etc. will be emailed to you.
Michelle learned to sew in Home Economics in 7th grade and loved it instantly. At the time, she sewed clothes and stuffed animals. Since then, Michelle has graduated to modern quilting and hand-stitching. The Noodlehead Market Bag is one of her favorite projects to make for herself and as gifts. When not behind a sewing machine, Michelle can be found in her garden, preserving and making jam, or repurposing furniture with a fresh coat of paint.
Can you supply the dimensions of the bag? Or, better yet, can you bring one to the next meeting?
Hi Debby! We’ll ask Michelle to bring a sample to the June meeting! We also have the Noodlehead book in our library – if it isn’t checked out, you can look up the pattern to check the dimensions!