Wednesday, July 10, 2024

Wholecloth Logan Bag Video Sewalong


The Logan Bag sewalong is now available on the Wholecloth Patterns Youtube channel. These video sewing instructions will cover every step of making the Logan Bag drawstring bucket backpack. I've broken the sewing tutorial into two manageable sections. In Part 1 we'll get an overview of the bag, compare the standard and mini sizes, and discuss options for making the bag in just about any weight of fabric. Then we'll sew the body of the bag. In part 2 we'll pick up where we leave off by sewing the lining right on through to attaching the drawstring at the end of the pattern. 

I'm calling the Logan Bag an intermediate pattern because it requires sewing some bulky seams around piping where a bit of precision is required. I hope that the video tutorial will make this pattern accessible to less experienced sewists. Watch me sew the bag and build the knowledge and confidence to make your own. 

The video instructions are available to everyone, but you'll need a copy of the sewing pattern to make the Logan Bag

Basic Sewing Skills Tutorials for Making the Logan Bag.

The Wholecloth Patterns Youtube channel is filling up with video tutorials for basic bag making skills. You can kick-start your Logan Bag sewing by prepping perfect piping to match your bag using the How-to Make Your Own Piping tutorial.  Learn how to install the bag hardware with the How-to Install Heavy Duty Snaps, and How-to Install Eyelets videos. Get the finishing touches just right with the How-to Tie the Fisherman's Knot video. All of these are skills to add to your sewing arsenal, and the perfect place to start if you're a beginner. 

Fabrics & Supplies Used in the Logan Bag Sewalong.

The block prints were gifted from Fibers to Fabric. It's an easy source for color matched prints of different prints. 

Watch the Logan Bag Sewalong Videos.

Watch the full Logan Bag tutorials or hop around the videos using the time stamps in the text below the video. Use them to rewatch the parts you need, and skip the parts you don't. Of course, please like and subscribe if you find the information helpful! Watch Part 1 Watch Part 2

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