Resources

LONGARM QUILTERS
recommended by memberS

Recommended by Beth Phillips: Longarm arm quilter Kim in Wetumka, Oklahoma She is fast, less expensive than most, and does a good job.  If you have a quilt top that needs to move  to the next step, you could email her at  Kim.kay@att.netOr call her at at 405 452-3910

Bag Making Supplies

Following Gail Goldade’s bag making classes she was asked for a resources list. Here you go!

Nylon lining is called Cordura. You can get it at Seattle Fabrics. I believe mine was the light weight . It’s 60” wide!
https://www.seattlefabrics.com/Coated-Uncoated-Nylon-Polyester-Fabrics_c_20.html

FOR BAG MAKING TUTORIALS: search on You Tube

SUPPLIERS:

Lauren Mormino: An excellent source for bag making supplies and so much more!
https://moremeknow.com/

You Tube:
Sew sweetness tutorials

https://sewsweetness.com/
Also sells supplies and cork

ONLINE STORES FOR BAG SUPPLIES

ETSY …a good, searchable source for materials and hardware. http://etsy.com

Wrist straps, some hardware, studs, rivets etc
http://www.minkusmargo.com/
Minkus Margo.

Zippers by the yard, Fabrics, Hardware, zipper pulls:

https://www.myhandmadespace.com/
My Handmade Space

Metal Zippers:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/zipit

Emmaline Bags

https://emmalinebags.com
Hardware nice stuff put pricey

Spoonflower.com  
good resource for custom speciality printed Fabrics