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Eclectic Elements Tote Bag

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14119

Tim Holtz

Tim Holtz is a signature product designer for various companies in the craft industry including Sizzix® Alterations™, Ranger Industries®, Advantus®/idea-ology®, Stampers Anonymous, Tonic Studios® and Westminster Fibers. Tim plays an integral part in the development and design of cutting-edge crafting products bringing his unique vintage style. As a well-known designer, Tim travels across the country and internationally to educate and introduce people to his world of techniques and philosophy to simply enjoy the journey...

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Print Idea

Overview

Step up an ordinary bag with die-cut fabric shapes to create this chic tote. With Tim Holtz Alterations die-cuts and stamps from his Stampers Anonymous line, you can personalize your bag to match your unique style.

Sizzix Die(s) Used

  • Sizzix Bigz Die - Tattered Florals

Instructions

Other Supplies:
Cotton Fabric Prints (Tim Holtz Eclectic Elements for Coats & Clark), Tote Bag Pattern, Heat 'n Bond Ultra Hold Fusible Adhesive, Buttons, Ink (Pigment or Fabric), Iron, Metal Embellishments, Ribbon, Sewing Machine, Stamps

Cut your tote bag pattern pieces out of coordinating cotton fabric prints. On the fabric that will become a center panel, stamp a variety of background designs. For best results, use pigment ink and heat set or use a fabric ink. Die-cut Plain Leaves out of a printed fabric and raw edges appliqu to the panel. Die-cut a Pocket Watch Frame out of black felt. Fussy cut a watch face out of a fabric print and stitch in place on the watch face. Sew the Pocket Watch onto the panel. Pre-fuse two 5" cream cotton squares together, wrong sides together, and die-cut using the Tattered Flowers die. If desired, embellish with ink. Tack in place on the panel, using a threaded button as the flower center. Finish by adding metal accents and stamped ribbons to the panel. Sew the pattern pieces together.