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Maywood + Naito Making Info
Do I need a heavy-duty sewing machine?
No! The Maywood Totepack can be made successfully on a wide range of regular home sewing machines.
What kind of needle and thread do I need?
We recommend using a 100 denim needle or a non-stick needle, and all-purpose thread to match the main, accent, and lining fabrics.
What tools will I need?
The Maywood Totepack & The Naito Bucket Bag have tubular rivets, which must be set with a tubular rivet peening tool and a (non-rubber!) mallet on a hard surface, such as a slab of stone, metal anvil, or concrete floor. To set the magnetic snap rivet, you’ll need a magnetic snap setter. Finally, to punch holes in fabric you’ll need a 3/32” drive punch, which is used with a mallet on a cutting board.
You can add these tools to your kit individually, or combined in The Maywood + Naito Essential Tools Bundle for a discounted price!
How long does it take to make this bag?
The making time for intermediate project kits is estimated at 6-8 hours. Having said that, each maker has their own pace and process. We recommend adding the online class for extra support and to ensure a seamless (no pun intended 😉) making experience.
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