by nama2 15 Jul 2012

I finally had some spare time to do this project. It's the 4x4 ITH bags from sew forum, but it didn't finish the top of the bag. Did I miss maybe a revised edition of it!? Thanks.


by berny 17 Jul 2012

I can not find any pictures when I go through to sewforum anyone know why..Thank you

by airyfairy 17 Jul 2012

Thank you to Chris who has come up with the instructions. I have never tried a ITH bag so now I have no excuse. I only have a 4x4 so I am going to try this. Hugs Sarah.

by drro 17 Jul 2012

Those are excellent pictures to follow! THANKS!

by nama2 16 Jul 2012

Thanks for all the help!!!!!!!!!! I wil try them again tomorrow.

by 1sewnsew 16 Jul 2012

I hope you figured it out.

by susiesembroidery 16 Jul 2012

Thank you.

by tilde01 16 Jul 2012

Thank you for asking, the tutorials that pennifold posted are great.

by pennifold 16 Jul 2012

This is the tutorial from the 4x4 bag from RP at Sewforum. I see there is another one with pictures by someone else, so I'll add that too.

pennifold by pennifold 16 Jul 2012

The second link has good pictures of how to do them. Love Chris

greysewist by greysewist 16 Jul 2012

Thanks Chris. Now it's easier to see what should have happened :) nama2 I hope you got it worked out!

tilde01 by tilde01 16 Jul 2012

Thank you for these links.

edithfarminer by edithfarminer 16 Jul 2012

thanks Chris, good pictures

nama2 by nama2 16 Jul 2012

I think I have it figured out-didn't realize you had to flip the top of the bag down!!!!

by pennifold 16 Jul 2012

I've found a couple on their site. I've included the two sizes, I'm not sure if this is them or not. Love and blessings Chris

1 comment
bevintex by bevintex 16 Jul 2012

had to try it, the 5x7 is the easiest bag ever. My suggestion is when you stipple the front of the bag put a thin piece of batting in between the fabric. you'll get a better quilted look.

by drro 15 Jul 2012

Perhaps you post the name of the designer, so we can look it up that way to look at it?

by greysewist Moderator 15 Jul 2012

No idea, but could it be meant to be folded in before a Satin Stitch to hold it down?

by shirlener88 15 Jul 2012

Not sure.....

by sewmom 15 Jul 2012

Do you have a link to the sewforum page so we can see it?

sewmom by sewmom 15 Jul 2012

A lot of ith bags are intended for felt or non- fraying fabrics.

nama2 by nama2 15 Jul 2012

The zipper went in and then the bottom finished below, but the top of the bag was still open and unfinished-sorry, (no link, I don't know how to do that)