All interfacing charm packs have been sent out. Thank you!
You might remember that as part of my Sewing Summit Advanced Bags Class this month, I cut and labelled a charm pack for all of my students to take home with them…10 different Pellon interfacings that I commonly use when making bags. Since they are labelled, they are a great tool to use in combination with my blog post about bag interfacing!
Pellon has generously sent me a box of interfacings to cut into charm squares to distribute to anyone who would like a charm pack of their own! Yay Pellon!
So what do you have to do to get your free charm pack of interfacing?
1. Comment on this blog post (make sure your e-mail address is connected to your account, otherwise write out your e-mail in your comment); I will reply back with my mailing address.
2. Send me an SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) with enough postage to send you back a charm pack. The return envelope should be large enough (at least 6″ x 6″) and contain enough postage for me to mail you back a charm pack (it weighs 3oz., so in the U.S. that would be $1.95). Stamps are fine on the envelope, or you can print out a post-dated Paypal shipping label too.
It’s that easy! You’ll receive a ziploc bag with 10 Pellon bag interfacings, all labelled/stapled (some pieces may be smaller than 5″ x 5″, depending on my cutting lol). I should have enough packs to get about 60 people their own charm packs. Just a little disclaimer, the postage must be on the SASE or I won’t be able to return your pack to you. I’m doing this in my ‘free time’ and I reserve the right to refuse to send a charm pack to anyone who doesn’t follow instructions. Thanks! 🙂