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• Fat sixteenth light-value grey and white stripe print fabric (embroidery background)

• Fat eighth blue print fabric (outer bag)

• Large scraps of three coordinating print fabrics: Natalie used cream, blue and brown print fabrics (outer bag)

• Fat quarter print fabric (bag lining)

• Cosmo stranded embroidery threads in Green (118), Dark Brown (311), Warm Pink (463), Light Blue (981) and Dark Blue (984)

• Thin fusible batting such as Parlan or fusible Pellon

• Lightweight fusible interfacing

• 30cm (12in) cream zipper

• Fine-pointed permanent-marking pen or sharp HB pencil

• Template plastic

• Rotary cutter, ruler and mat

• Sewing machine with 1/4in and zipper feet

• General sewing supplies

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