Other than my imprecise measuring for the lining, everything went great. I re-watched segments as I went - often on 2X speed - to reinforce what I saw the first time I watched it. I used the pause feature when I went to cut, sew or press so that I could come right back to where I was in the class. You can also add a bookmark if there is a bit you want to watch again. That is a great feature with every Craftsy class.
So here are three pictures of my Becca Bag. First up- Zipped closed:
Then one side:
And the other:
If you are wondering, the fabric is from a Connecting Threads kit. Unfortunately it was in Clearance and is now sold out - or at least I didn't find it. However, there are always some fun fabrics in Connecting Threads Clearance section.
And let me remind you that I learned to make this bag in the class "Zippered Bags with a Twist- The One Zip Way" on Craftsy. But if you just want to get the pattern, it is available at Annie's for $10.99.
Personally, I am very glad I took this class, because I have learned several tips and trick to make a successful project. And those tips will carry over to other sewing projects too.
Did I mention that when you make the Sweet Pea Pod that you cut enough fabric for two of them? I sewed the "leftovers" up but I switched out the lining fabrics to add some variety.
here they are with the Becca Bag
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