Bagging Tutorial

Posted by Kathleen Fasanella on Jul 10, 2005 at 2:12 pm / Sewing / Trackback

Is anyone interested in a bagging tutorial featuring this jacket?

As I mentioned previously, I have about 70 of these jackets that are partially constructed and this is an excellent opportunity for everyone to share the same frame of reference. If so, and you’d like one of these jacket kits for the tutorial, please email me. In the warehouse I also found about 10 jackets with a back vent for the other sort of bagging which if the first went over well, I’d move on to that one. No offense but if I don’t get many takers on the bagging tutorial, I’ll donate the jackets to a small contractor I know so that they don’t go to waste.

9 Responses to “Bagging Tutorial”

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Jess
July 10th, 2005
6:39 PM

We’re Participating for sure!

Stephanie
July 11th, 2005
12:02 AM

Greetings!

I have been sewing for 20+ years and am finally to the point where I can focus on making it my vocation instead of just a pasttime.

I am in the process of learning and gatheing information to sew on a professional scale.

I would very much like to participate in this jacket bagging project. Please send me the particulars to:

Thank you!

Karmen Flach
July 18th, 2005
3:25 PM

Kathleen,

Got my bagging tutorial package today and am looking forward to your instruction! Thanks for getting them out so promptly.

Karmen

Susan McElroy
July 20th, 2005
11:21 AM

Mine is here, too, so I’m ready!

Fashion-Incubator
July 21st, 2005
8:51 PM

Fishing

It’s 7:30 and I’m fishing for a topic. I’m distracted considering: I went to yahoo and did a search for this site and it said I didn’t exist. Yahoo hosts two of my sites. Evidently, one needs to pay to…

lisam
July 31st, 2005
3:07 PM

I hope it isn’t too late to get the package and join the tutorial. I understand that I am entering late.

Lisa

Suzy
February 26th, 2006
9:10 PM

Hi Kathleen, have been reading your site off and on. I am WAY late, but would love an opportunity to try out one of those jackets if by chance there were still one laying around. I understand that I am far too late, but still wanted to ask. I’m trying to teach myself how to do this, and so am researching how to do this. I can find all sorts of instructions on pattern designing, but not as much on sewing together as they do in commercial businesses. I really don’t want to do stuff the long way, my spare time is few and far between, yet I feel the need for new clothing. I’m trying to get more creative and not just sew whatever is the easiest to do. Thanks for listening!

Suzy

Dayo Sadiku
April 21st, 2010
1:31 PM

Thank you for trying to share with others, I will also like to have the bagging kits, thank you.

Tina
October 29th, 2010
1:55 PM

Oh, boy, just found the main link for this site and discovered that the kits are no longer available. I see you have instructions, though, for bagging and look forward to learning something new. God Bless.

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