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Oberlin Tote Bag, Lake Oswego Store, Sundays, November 10 & 17, 4:30-7:30pm
Jaylin Redden-Hefty

Oberlin Tote Bag, Lake Oswego Store, Sundays, November 10 & 17, 4:30-7:30pm

Article number: CLA-OBERLINTOTE-20191110
Availability: In stock (4)
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner, Ages 15 and up
Make the Oberlin Market Tote Bag in this two-session class! Not only will you go home with a tote that you made start-to-finish with your own two hands, you will also learn indispensable bag sewing techniques such as working with hardware, sewing zippers, constructing french seams, and sewing through multiple layers of fabric. This modern, rugged design has leather straps attached with strong metal brads, an inside hanging pocket, and a magnetic snap.
Supply List:
• Pattern: The Oberlin Tote by Klum House
• 1 yard fabric for main body and base. Use a medium to heavyweight textile for main fabric, such as canvas, waxed canvas or denim.
• 1/3 yard fabric for pockets. Use a medium-weight fabric for pockets, such as cotton, Japanese cotton, linen, denim, quilting cotton, etc.
• Mettler Metrosene All Purpose thread to match
• Schmetz Denim needles size 90 or 100
• Klum House Tote Finishing Hardware Kit (includes leather straps, rivets, magnetic snap and 8” brass zipper
         * OR purchase the following supplies separately:
• 2 leather straps 28” x 34”  
• 8 metal brads for attaching leather straps
• Magnetic purse snap
• 8” brass zipper
All supplies are available for purchase at Modern Domestic. 
Please purchase supplies in advance of your class. If you plan to shop for supplies the day of your class we recommend arriving at least 45 minutes early.
What is an “Advanced Beginner” class at Modern Domestic?
You have a good handle on the basics and are ready to dip your toe into more challenging waters. You’re still fairly new to sewing from patterns and could use help with how to manipulate the pattern to get a better fit. You want to add some new skills to your repertoire (invisible zippers, setting-in sleeves, sewing with a serger, etc.). Classes generally require homework.
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