You made this in one morning!? Amazing!Happy valentines day!
Did you use your standard SF101 interfacing for this project?
Happy Valentines to you too, Kelli!Hi Liz, I actually used Pellon Craft Fuse. Its a little sturdier and since my fabric was really thick I wasn't too worried about wrinkling. The tutorial says to use muslin and fleece to interface the lining material but I used some mystery fabric (I'm not sure what it is, I found it in the remnants bin at Joann's) and the fabric was thick and kind of waterproof feeling so I didn't think it was necessary to use any interfacing for the lining.
Thanks, Caroline! That helps a bunch! I was trying to figure out what would be a better option for interfacing if I wanted something a little stronger than the SF101. I like the SF101 a lot because its cotton. Other interfacing options maybe sturdier but I feel like I could easily puncture a hole in it with my finger.
I agree, SF101 creates such a nice finish and moves so well with the fabric. I like the sturdier stuff for a bag like this, but on a thinner material fabric there is the risk of seeing wrinkling and puckering. I actually made another version of this out of quilting cotton and used the same Craft Fuse and it does feel nice and sturdy but I can definitely see more wrinkles than I would like. I was actually just about to put up a post that Joann Fabrics has all interfacing on sale this weekend for 50% off!! I'm going to stock up and buy about 15 yards of SF101. For $37.50 to get that much of my favorite interfacing you can't beat it! :)