Art and Design / DT KS2: Designing a swimming bagEngineer Yasmin Ali helps a team of children to research, design and make a bag for a member of the local swimming team. Having researched the key design requirements, the children make two possible designs and decide on the most suitable. They use design software to create their pattern pieces, select suitable fabrics and make their prototype.
We will be using this stitch when making our tote bags:
Backstitch How To - Basic Sewing (Embroidery & Hand Sewing)
Basic Sewing Tutorials: How to do a Back Stitch -a great basic hand sewing stitch to learn. It is a great stitch for hand sewing plush toys. The back stitch ...
We'll also be hemming our bag with a simple running stitch:
Running Stitch How To - Basic Sewing (Hand Embroidery & Hand Sewing)
As part of our Basic Sewing series, we have our "how to do a Running Stitch" - learn this basic of all hand sewing stitch - the running stitch. It is a great...
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