This week I partnered back up with Pins + Needles Kits to bring you all a tutorial for the Cheyenne Rope Bag from Serendipity Studios. Pins + Needles sent all the supplies needed to make the bag to all of their February Premium subscribers. But even if you don’t have the kit or the pattern, you can still follow along to learn how to work with foam stabilizer, how to sew inset zippers, and installing magnetic snaps.
Follow along with my step-by-step video tutorial HERE to make your bag!
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