Step 1

First, find the centre of your waste canvas on your bag. For this we recommend using a ruler rather than the usual folding method. This point should coincide with the centre of the chart, which is marked with arrows at the top, bottom and sides. The centre of the design is normally the best place to start stitching. Bare in mind that since you’re going to stitch your bag upside down, your chart needs to be upside down as well!...

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Step 2

After completing your stitching, soak your finished item in warm, soapy water for 30 minutes. During this time the starch holding your canvas together and the special water soluble glue binding your waste canvas to your bag should dissolve. Incase of any glue remaining on the fabric, it can be completely removed by slightly rubbing the fabric against itself or it can be machine...

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Step 3

When all the threads are out, dry your bag, iron it if you like and then it is ready for use.  

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