- I have a metal lunch box. In the lid I stick a picture of what I want to make.
- I put in the bits I will need so needles, thimble, scissor and or thread cutter, paper clips, rotary blade (old one for paper use so I can keep it separate from my best one) small metal ruler, measuring tape, pencil, cottons (one cheap used for holding fabric around the paper and one stronger used to join) I also have a wax feeder (for want of a better word), and a plastic bag to put the compleat ones in.
- I cut out the paper shapes about 60 or so
- I then cut the fabric bigger then the paper no need to be exact, as many as needed.
Your box is now compleat and you can start. I take mine with me to the doctors, dentists anywhere I think I might have to wait. I have a second box with spare cut papers and another for my daughter who is trying to make a cushion cover. I will put pictures on soon.