As a pattern designer, I make lots of samples and projects using my patterns — for pattern covers, trunk shows, and for display at shows around the country. My samples have to look good so that they represent the pattern well.
I'm often complimented on the professional appearance of these samples. And, though I'd love to say that they look good because I am an excellent seamstress, I really can't take ALL the credit.
Over the ten years that I have been designing and writing patterns and teaching classes, I have definitely learned that using the proper tools and supplies makes all the difference between a project that looks store-bought and professional versus one that looks homemade.
ByAnnie's Soft and Stable is by far the most important element used in any of my purses, bags, or other projects. Here is why:
In this series of videos, Annie show you the steps to make a nifty name tag bag/mini purse. You'll find these instructions helpful for other purses that Annie has designed since many of the techniques are used in Annie's other purses as well.
More videos are added regularly, so please check back often.