Quilter's Planner Cover Pattern

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This is a pattern for the flap on your Quilter's Planner, plus the cutting measurements and assembly instructions to make your own Quilter's Planner Cover.  This pattern should be used in conjunction with my video tutorial.  There are also helpful tips and tricks on my blog post.

 

 You can choose your own closure type.  Choose from a Magnetic Snap Closure, a Twist Lock, or even a fancy Flip Lock Closure.  You can check out all the finishes in my Bag Hardware section of my online shop.

This pattern includes a PDF template for the flap, cutting instructions for all the fabric and interfacing and basic assembly instructions.

The Quilter's Planner and Closure Hardware are not included.

Quilter's Planner Cover Material LIST



    • Planner Cover Pattern

    • Qty (1/3) yard fabric for Exterior Body & Zipper Pocket Lining

        • more needed if your fabric is directional



    • Qty (1/3) yard fabric for Interior Body, Interior Sleeves & Notebook Pocket

        • more needed if your fabric is directional



    • Qty (1/3) yard fabric for Exterior Sleeves & Interior Flap

    • Approximately 8" x 12" for the Exterior Flap

      • It is up to you on what type of fabric you want to choose for this.

          • Be mindful that your machine will need to sew through this, plus several other layers during assembly.  If you want a machine that can handle it all - check out my blog series on my Industrial Sewing Machine!


    • Approx. 30" x 12" of Batting or Foam

      • I would recommend either Quilter's Dream Supreme batting or Soft and Stable Foam.

    • Approx. 14" x 12" of Decor Bond interfacing

    • Peltex scraps




Basic Sewing Supplies & Tools Needed


    • Sewing Machine with a zipper foot and regular presser foot

    • Thread

      • For Domestic Sewing Machines, I would recommend this thread

    • Jeans sewing needle

    • Seam Ripper

    • Sewing Pins




    • Rotary Cutting Mat (I recommend this rotating mat – it’s amazing!)




    • Marking Pen (I like to use my Frixion Pen or a pencil)


 


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